Today: Sunny. Less wind.
Have a great day!
Saturday Afternoon: It'll stay breezy and cooler through the day on Saturday with a fair number of clouds around through mid-day.
Saturday will be sunny but cold, starting off near 20 degrees.
Our next cold front slowly moves through the area tomorrow. The low temperature Sunday night should be in the low 20s, with highs in the mid to upper 30s Monday.
He said beginning Sunday evening there is a chance of snow, possibly bringing in around 2 inches come Monday morning. Temperatures will top out later in the afternoon to early evening in the low to mid 30s. "Accumulation will be limited to less than 1".More news: Prince Philip 'in good spirits' after hip replacement operation
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Light snow may accumulate through Monday morning.
We're not only going to deal with the rain/snow, but the wind as well. Winds will begin to pick up out of the SSW at 10 to 20 miles per hour. It will be even windier on the Outer Banks. North wind around 5 miles per hour becoming light and variable in the morning.
While not a blockbuster system, like a few weekends ago, some travel issues are possible, especially during the height of any snow, due to some snow covered secondary roads, and lowered visibilities.
Rain/snow showers will continue overnight, then move out early Sunday morning.
If snow returns Sunday, it will mark the fifth day in April with white stuff falling in Lincoln. Highs will only be in the 50s once again.
There is a chance for Thursday morning rain sprinkles in Oklahoma City, the National Weather Service reports. Highs today will range from the the low 50's in the valleys of southwest Montana to only the 30's in northwest Montana and areas along the divide.