Our Monday will also feature the potential for a few quick-hitting showers from time to time, but nothing significant in the form of storms. The current projected track of the storm would focus more of the heavier snow in the Northwoods.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: It will turn colder and increasingly unsettled from Wednesday, with further showers and longer spells of rain, with some hill snow possible, but also with some sunshine.
We'll stay quiet and cold for Monday night, with low temperatures dipping into the upper 20s overnight. Once cooler, drier air from the front filters in, we can expect to see cloud coverage lessen.
First Alert Weather Days have been declared from Tuesday afternoon through midday on Thursday.
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The threat board is filling up mostly with flooding issues due to rapid snow melt and ice jams along the Missouri River and the Yellowstone River. As moisture increases, dew points are beginning to rise and there could be a few areas of showers beginning in Northwest Alabama overnight tonight. The most likely time for any showers will be in the early morning-around sunup-and only trace amounts are expected.
The line of storms is expected to continue moving east on Wednesday morning, but this rain will continue to be scattered leaving some areas dry. Temperatures will drop below freezing for overnight lows. Thursday through Sunday, Easter, will be cooler, with highs in the mid-30s and chance for more snow or rain.
Wednesday: Sunny through midday, then increasing clouds later in the afternoon. The rest of this spring break week should be dry with temperatures a few degrees warmer than we have historically experienced at this time of year. Plan on temperatures getting warmer this week, just with a rainy price.