Taylor Dayton's Weather Forecast

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StormTeam Outlook: Tuesday, March 31st, 2020
Meteorologist Taylor Dayton


Staying Sunny Today Before A Wet Pattern Arrives to End The Week

YOUR FORECAST FOR TODAY: We will enjoy another day filled with sunshine today before a cloudy, wetter pattern develops by the middle to end of the week. That being said, today will be a great opportunity to get outside and get some fresh air with the sunshine and a light East breeze off the Lake again keeping us slightly cooler. We should top out near 40° this afternoon in the Twin Ports, but areas away from the lake will be in the upper 40s and low 50s.

TONIGHT: Increasing clouds will move in this evening and overnight with skies becoming mostly cloudy, but we should stay dry with an overnight low near 29°.

TOMORROW: We can expect mostly cloudy to overcast skies to move in on Wednesday as our weather pattern begins to moisten up for the rest of the week. There is a chance of a shower or two late in the day, but I think the drier air in place will fight off most of the rain until Thursday. Temperatures will top out near 42° Wednesday afternoon.

Better chances of off and on rain moves in on Thursday into Friday. We may see a few flurries mix in time to time overnight, but most of the precipitation should fall as rain through the end of the week with some minor river flooding possible.

THURSDAY: Rain and snow showers with an afternoon high near 44°.

FRIDAY: Overcast skies with rain showers and a high near 43°.

SATURDAY: A mix of clouds and sunshine with an afternoon high near 42°.

SUNDAY: Increasing clouds with a slight chance of afternoon showers with a high near 48°.

MONDAY: Overcast skies with rain showers and a high near 52°.

Thanks for reading and have a great day!

WDIO Meteorologist Taylor Dayton.

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