WBOY STORMTRACKER 12 WEATHER SYNOPSIS:
Cinco De Mayo Sunday started out with gloomy conditions along with showers periodically throughout the lower elevations and mountain counties. Low pressure will continue to track east out of the region tonight, however there’s potential for lingering showers in the mountain counties. With grounds being so saturated there’s potential for foggy conditions rounding out the weekend and into the early start of Monday. A high pressure system will develop Sunday night and partly sunny skies Monday morning before coming sunny in the afternoon. Temperatures will be warmer starting out the work week with temperatures reaching into the mid to upper 70s.
Monday and Tuesday are looking to be the only fully dry days of our work week as several low pressure systems will be developing throughout the mountain state throughout the mid and end of the week. Wednesday morning will be the next round of precipitation, however still warm temperatures throughout the week reaching into the upper 70s.
The weather will remain active into the end of the week. Skies will remain cloudy Thursday and continued showers will make the day rather gloomy. Showers also look to stick around to finish out the work week.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy with rain showers still lingering in the mountains. Fog is expected. Low: 52.
MONDAY: Mainly sunny. High: 75. Low: 51.
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny with building clouds into the evening and night. High: 79. Low: 55.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with passing showers. High: 78. Low: 60.
THURSDAY: Cloudy with showers and possible thunderstorms in evening. High: 79. Low: 61.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy with passing showers. High: 74. Low: 51.
SATURDAY: Partly sunny with building clouds and possible showers in evening and night. High: 70. Low: 51.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy with passing showers. High: 70. Low: 50.
—StormTracker 12 Forecaster Amelia Henderson
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