A Red Flag Warning has been issued for our area until 8 PM Wednesday. Gusty winds out of the northwest, some at 25mph, have the potential of making any outdoor fire difficult to control.
Following the windy weather will come a couple of very cold nights. Overnight low temperatures Thursday morning will likely be below freezing and only a few degrees warmer early Friday. Daytime highs will be in the 60s.
Winds will shift to southwesterly by Friday and bring us some rain over the weekend.
RED FLAG WARNING until 8 PM Wednesday (April 21st). Gusty winds from the northwest.
THURSDAY: Morning low 31, daytime high 62. Frost in most areas.
FRIDAY: Morning low 34, daytime high 57. Winds shifting from west to southwest. 40% chance of showers by later Friday night.
SATURDAY: Rain. Morning low 48, daytime high 62. Chance of rain is 90%.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Showers, possibly thundershowers before 11 PM.