Sunday Forecast | The Enterprise-Tocsin

Clouds are sticking around for your Sunday with highs in the lower 70’s. Overnight lows will fall to the upper 60’s with clearing skies.

Temperatures will be warmer Monday with highs in the upper 80’s and lows in the upper 50’s. A dry cold front will move through late Monday, bringing highs back into the upper 70’s to near 80 for the rest of the week. 

A much more significant cold front will move through Thursday night. At this point, the front appears to be moisture deprived, so we’re only expecting a few showers as it moves through. The big story is this front will bring the chilliest air we’ve had this season. Highs Friday will be in the lower 60’s with lows in the lower and middle 40’s. 

Looking at the longer term, by the end of next weekend it looks like a strong cold front will move through Sunday night, delivering even chillier air. Highs Monday could hold in the upper 50’s. This front appears to have more moisture to work with, so we will have to monitor over the coming days any potential for severe weather. We are in our secondary severe weather season, and when air masses clash with each other (hot and cold), that creates an environment for strong to severe storms. There are many other ingredients that have to come into play, but at this point it’s just too early to nail down any specifics…God bless

Josh Correro

Josh Correro

E-T Weather Forecaster

Facebook: @etweatherforecaster


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