Good morning!
Well, here’s our morning cold front. It’s sparking off some scattered light rain, mainly north of Interstate 40. The rain will slowly taper as we get into the lunch hour with temps in the mid 60s by noon. Highs today reach the low 70s, which is average for this time of the year. As we head into the evening, it will be fantastic to be outside with temps falling to the mid-upper 60s by 8pm.

We have another cold front that will develop on the lee side of the Rockies. This will strengthen rapidly which will help to produce the possibility of severe weather in the Great Plains.
For us, this cold front never really pushes through, but a warm front on Friday will bring us a few scattered showers. It does not look like it will be a big weather maker.

A ridge of high pressure will begin to build our way as we round out the workweek. That means temperatures will be warming even more, back to those seasonal averages. The ridge will strengthen even more into the weekend, which will translate to high temperatures nearly 10 degrees above average for this time of the year.

The Climate Prediction Center is forecasting above average temperatures as we round out the month of April and start the month of May.
Plus, it looks to trend a bit drier as well.

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