From Storm Search 7 Meteorologist Alyssa Pawlak -
TONIGHT - Decreasing Cloudiness & Cold
Wind: SE 5-15 mph PM / SW 5-15 mph AM
MONDAY - M. Sunny, Breezy & Warmer!
Wind: SW 10-20 mph AM / SW 15-25 mph and gusty PM!
MONDAY NIGHT- Pt./M. Cloudy & "Mild"
Wind: SW 10-20 mph
TUESDAY- Pt./ M. Cloudy, Warm & Gusty w/ High Fire Danger!
Wind: SW 25-35 mph & VERY Gusty!
EXTENDED FORECAST - We'll get our week started with bright, warm & breezy conditions before things turn downright windy on Tuesday with high fire danger! Our unseasonably warm temperatures combined with low relative humidity values and howling southwest winds at 25-35 mph with gusts upwards of 55-60 mph will provide the perfect environment for rapidly spreading grass fires. This means we all need to stay on our toes and do our part to obey burn bans and avoid activities with sparks or flames. The fire danger will come down on Wednesday on the backside of a cold front as temperatures slide back to the 50s and winds shift to the northwest at 10-20 mph. Highs will remain seasonal in the middle 50s with sunny skies on Thursday before climbing into the mid 60s Friday and back to the 70s for the weekend.
Today's Record Temperatures