Partly cloudy skies and breezy conditions will continue through the early evening hours before clouds decrease a bit more overnight. Winds will also begin to lighten up allowing for another frosty night. A Frost Advisory has been posted for the entire region until 9am Monday morning. Temperatures will easily fall to around freezing by sunrise.

Monday will feature less in the way of wind making for a more pleasant day to be outdoors. Temperatures will respond nicely to mostly sunny skies, easily rising into the upper 50s to around 60 degrees.

A few more clouds will move in by Monday evening ahead of a weak disturbance moving in from the west. A few scattered showers will accompany these clouds by Tuesday morning, but don’t expect much in the way of rain. Most locations will remain dry with total rainfall amounts of less than a tenth of an inch. Once the showers move out early Tuesday, we’ll return to a mix of sun and clouds. Winds will be a bit breezy, but a southerly component to them will allow for a warmer afternoon with highs in the middle 60s.

A cold front sweeps through Tuesday night with nothing more than a few clouds. However, this will signal a temporary end to the warmer temperatures as highs will struggle to get out of the lower 50s with mostly cloudy skies on Wednesday.

Warmth will return by the end of the week as a new storm system begins to organize in the Midwest. This will allow highs to warm back into the 60s with a few 70s likely by the weekend. We will also see renewed chances for showers and storms by Saturday night lasting through next Monday.

Meteorologist Andrew Stutzke

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