Saturday, May 6, 2017
Warming Back Up
However, we do have to deal with a chilly overnight tonight as temperatures will drop into the mid 30°s. As that high clears the skies during the overnight, the lack of clouds will allow temperatures to drop fairly fast. This can lead to frost formation, and we do have a chance for some patchy frost up north tomorrow morning. Green, Rock, Walworth, Stephenson, Winnebago, and Boone counties all have a chance for from patchy frost occurring early tomorrow morning. Our southern counties will be slightly warmer, just enough to keep frost formation unlikely.
After the weekend, temperatures will warm up a little more for the work week into the mid 60°s, but a low pressure system will bring us some cloud cover for the work week as well. We'll still see a good amount of sunshine, but this low will help to keep our temperatures on the warmer side for the entire week. A warm front will move near our area Monday night, but it doesn't look strong enough to form any rain showers. That low will dissipate on Tuesday when a ridge of high pressure moves in, creating a blocking pattern known as an Omega Block. This will help to keep the weather calm for the rest of the week, allowing us to enjoy the 60° temperatures in peace