(KNOE) - We're looking at a bit of cloud cover over the northern part of our viewing area, that will slowly build in southward through tonight.
Temperatures overnight will again be in the upper 20s with a light northeasterly breeze, and tomorrow with the increased cloud cover we will likely struggle to get out of the mid 40s by the afternoon. We also have a couple systems impacting us this week as well, the first will be Wednesday into Thursday and the second will come this weekend.
Expect to see scattered to numerous rain showers to start Wednesday and linger into the early hours on Thursday. Temperatures will be fairly cool in the 30s overnight and 40s during the day, then we'll return to the 50s by Friday.
By this weekend though we'll start with showers on Sunday however, temperatures will be dropping quickly into the lower 20s as we see a shot of Canadian/Arctic air funneled southward and this may bring the potential for a wintry mix of weather going into Monday morning where high temperatures may not even make it to 40.