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Forecast Last Updated at Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 5:58PM

Weekend Squeeze Play

Baseball season is underway, and the weather is staging a squeeze play. Three fronts are on the bases, and we are in the middle of the action. Showers and thundershowers continue well into tonight, concentrated most during the evening hours. A cold front moves through from the west early Sunday gradually drying things out (cannot rule out a stray early shower Sunday). Monday is the weather pick of next week for pleasant weather.

Saturday

Hi: 59 Lo: 49

Cloudy; Areas of fog; Showers & t-showers especially through the evening; South wind 5-15 mph, but gusty at times
Sunday

Hi: 64 Lo: 44

Cloudy AM with a stray shower possible; Decreasing PM clouds; West wind 5-15 mph, gusty at times
Monday

Hi: 67 Lo: 47

Mostly sunny; More clouds Mon. night; Pleasant day; West wind 5-15 mph, gusty at times
Tuesday

Hi: 62 Lo: 43

Mostly cloudy daytime; Cannot rule out a stray, light AM shower; Decreasing PM clouds; A bit cooler
Wednesday

Hi: 59 Lo: 38

Partly to mostly cloudy; Another step cooler; Cannot rule out a Wed. night shower

Further Out

Thursday - Mostly to partly cloudy; Cool; High in the mid 50s; Low in the upper 30s
Friday - Scattered clouds; Cool; High in the upper 50s; Low in the upper 30s

Forecast Discussion

Three fronts are in play. A front stretches from Cape Hatteras to Western Pennsylvania. A warm front runs from Georgia to Kentucky but will move northeast across our area this evening. A cold front moves east across the Tennessee Valley and crosses the Appalachians late tonight. All three combine to produce showers and thundershowers this evening and into the overnight, especially during the evening hours. Some heavy showers are a good bet.

The cold front presses slowly to our east Sunday. We'll have morning clouds with the slight chance of a passing light shower then partial clearing in the afternoon and evening.

Monday will be the pick of the week with high pressure centered in the Southeast.

A moisture starved cold front passes through from the Midwest early Tuesday morning. We'll have more clouds with a passing light shower possible late Monday night into Tuesday. Temperatures will not be dramatically cooler, but will step downward both Tuesday and Wednesday.

A more significant push of colder air arrives Wednesday night with a stray shower again possible. Thursday and Friday look unseasonably cool.

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