Updated Thursday Evening Forecast — March 19th, 2020

In Forecast by WDEV Radio

Vernal Equinox occurs 11:49 PM…

TONIGHT: Cloudy. Occasional rain showers developing after midnight. An evening low near 35 with rising temperatures overnight. Southeast breeze 10 mph.

TOMORROW: Mostly cloudy and spring-like. Occasional rain in the morning moderate at times. A break around mid-day, then a round of showers with a risk for thunder in the afternoon. Temperatures peaking in the 60s. Breezy to windy late. Southwest winds 10 to 25 mph with locally higher gusts.

FRIDAY NIGHT: Scattered rain showers changing to wet snow showers with minor accumulation. Blustery and sharply colder. A low 20 to 25. West to northwest winds 10 to 25 mph with higher gusts.

SATURDAY: A couple clouds early, then mostly sunny. Blustery and colder. A high 30 to 35. Northwest winds 10 to 20 mph diminishing in the afternoon.

Looking further ahead…

SATURDAY NIGHT: Clear and chilly with a few high clouds. A low in the low to mid-teens.

SUNDAY: Bright sun and blue skies. A high 32 to 35.

MONDAY: Filtered morning sun then thickening clouds leading to a chance for accumulating snow toward evening. A few inches possible Monday night. A low 15 to 20. A high mid-30s to low 40s.

TUESDAY: Chance for snow showers exiting early, otherwise partly to mostly cloudy. A low mid to upper 20s. A high around 40.

Average lows upper-teens to mid-20s, average highs upper 30s to mid-40s…