Rain tapers off on Sunday (11/26/22)
Mother Nature will be providing some much-needed rain on Saturday night. Rain chances will remain elevated on Saturday evening, overnight, and into Sunday morning. While morning showers are possible, we should trend in a much drier direction by the afternoon.
Temperatures won’t vary all too much on Sunday. Afternoon high temperatures may be stuck in the lower-50s across the area.
However, you will very likely notice the wind. Wind Advisories are posted for Sunday morning for much of the FOX 23 Coverage Area. Gusts up to 40 mph will be possible, but primarily in the morning. Wind speeds will gradually taper off during the afternoon.
Monday looks like a dry day with highs in the middle-50s. By Tuesday, we should be back in the 60s. However, a storm system arrives on Tuesday which will bring a chance for storms.
Early indications hint at perhaps some severe weather with any storms on Tuesday. This will be something to keep an eye on. Behind this storm system, we will turn much cooler, with highs stuck in the 40s on Wednesday.
Meteorologist Malcolm Byron
FOX 23 Storm Alert Team