Monday will be the warmest since early October last year

Published: Apr. 29, 2018 at 5:59 PM CDT
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Quiet weather remains in place through tonight and the start of the workweek. Overnight, we may see a few high clouds push in to our western counties, but mainly clear skies are expected for the majority of Sunday night. On Monday, a warm front will be pushing through the area from the west. As this happens, we may see a few more clouds in the morning as this occurs. However, after is passes through, expect more sunshine for Monday afternoon and warm day. Strong southerly winds will boost our temperatures into the upper 70s and lower 80s. Winds could gust over 35 mph.

We'll stay dry through Monday night, but as a cold front moves into the area Tuesday, we will start seeing a chance for storms. The front will stall out near us through Thursday, and will keep us with a chance for rain through Thursday evening as it looks now. Drier and seasonable weather looks likely for next weekend.