Clear skies and chilly temperatures will greet you Monday morning. Most of the region has managed to drop into the lower 50s with a few upper 40s for the inland areas. Skies will be mostly sunny through the day. With low humidity, a full day of sunshine should be able to boost our temperatures into the upper 70s for highs. Winds will remain light out of the south and southeast.
Overnight, skies should remain clear. Lows will drop into the upper 50s to near 60. Winds will be light and variable. Tuesday, more sunshine, although a few more clouds may develop during the afternoon. Temperatures will hit the upper 70s and lower 80s. Humidity levels will start to rise, but won’t become noticeable until late in the day.
The next storm system will pull into the Plains Wednesday. As the low deepens, stronger winds from the south will develop. Clouds will increase and temperatures will climb into the low to mid 80s. Rainfall chances will remain low, but a few showers will be possible late in the day. Into Thursday, the front will approach the area with a line of thunderstorms. The timing looks to be late morning into the early afternoon Thursday. Some storms could be on the strong side. The GFS and the Euro model are similar with intensity. The Euro favors a morning event, while the GFS shows early afternoon.
By Friday everything clears out. Skies will be mostly sunny into the Easter weekend. Expect highs around 80 Good Friday through Easter Sunday with no rain.