By Jason Parrish, Chief Meteorologist - bio | email
Southwest winds push temps ahead of the front Thursday into the 50s and 60s. Cold air working through the plains.
Low pressure lifting into the region, spreading rain showers into the region along a cold front.
Colder air pours in on Saturday morning, along with a rain or snow shower.
The balance of the work week will feature milder temperatures and the threat for showers each day. Tuesday and Wednesday, the threat looks limited, so just expect some scattered showers as a few weather disturbance work over the state. Highs should get to 50 or better. A better organized system lifts in for Thursday and Friday. Ahead of it, it will be quite mild and breezy, highs 60 or better on Thursday with showers late in the day. The cold front looks to cross by midday Friday, with rain showers along with a rumble of thunder. Breezy with falling temps by afternoon.
Behind this system, colder air pushes in with some breezy northwest flow setting up some scattered rain and snow showers Saturday. This looks to taper off during the day as high pressure begins to move east. This high pressure will provide more sunshine with moderating temperatures Sunday.
Early next week, temps continue to climb with rain showers again late Monday or Tuesday!