Turning Colder Soon Along With Late Week Storms

Monday Evening Update

Weather Update, Monday, March 27th:

A weak disturbance will move through the area overnight and into early Tuesday bringing a slight chance of a quick shower mainly before 9 am on Tuesday morning. Skies will go from mostly cloudy in the morning back to partly sunny in the afternoon and cooler daytime highs by a few degrees. We topped out at 65 on Monday and highs tomorrow will be around 59 to the north to 62 to the south. *Near freezing temperatures will be around Tuesday night as we dip to around 33 degrees. Some areas, especially north could hit the freezing mark, but either way, there will be patchy frost into early Wednesday morning. Be sure to cover the plants. A gradual warmup will with sunshine through early Thursday will eventually set the stage for storms again this Friday.



Increasing clouds with a slight chance of showers late into early morning. Lows in the lower 40’s with light north winds 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain, 20%.



A slight chance of a shower before 9 am, becoming partly cloudy and cooler with highs around 60.



*Frost Likely Tuesday Night*  Mostly clear and very cold with patchy frost. Lows around the freezing mark.


Staying dry Wednesday and a little warmer and gradually warming up to the lower 70’s by Thursday. A strong upper level wind system will move overhead by Friday combining with a warm and moist southerly flow at the surface could bring more strong to severe storms by late Friday. The Storms Prediction Center already has us in the outlook for potential severe weather. Rain should move out  by late morning Saturday with a return to clearer by cooler weather for the weekend. *Stay weather aware as we approach the end of the work week. More updates to come.



Freezing to near freezing weather Tuesday night. The next chance for rain and storms is coming on Friday, no winter storms are currently in the forecast but in will be a little cooler again this weekend.  You need to stay weather aware to changing weather patterns and monitor the forecasts closely. We got you covered in the WBBJ 7 Storm Team Weather Center as always.

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Brian Davis
Storm Team 7 Meteorologist

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