A much different day awaits us Tuesday than what we saw on Monday, as clouds and chillier air enter the region.
Those clouds will keep highs in the mid to upper 40s, with north winds adding a little more chill to the air at 10 to 20 mph.
Tonight, clouds will begin to partially break apart with locations closer to I-55 seeing more of that clearing. Lows will drop between the low to mid 30s, with north winds at 5 to 15 mph.
THE WEEK AHEAD:
A system will move through on Tuesday and will bring quite a bit of cloud cover to the area and will keep temperatures only in the 40’s on Tuesday for a high.
Looks like Thursday is going to be the best day with highs around 60.
The next chance of rain isn’t until Friday. Right now it looks to be just rain, and no storms but we will see how the week goes.
The drought monitor continues to stay clear as the soil stays well saturated and will be for some time thanks to all the rain headed our way.
We’re expected to be below normal with temperatures and above normal with precipitation for the early parts of April.