(WYMT) - Temperatures have ranged in the upper 40s to lower 50s depending on the cloud cover in your location. As we head throughout the evening, clouds will clear out completely, allowing for another cold night in the mountains.
Lows tonight will drop down into the mid-upper 30s depending on your location. Clear skies will allow for temperatures to drop more compared to our Monday night. If you have any plans, you will want to bundle up.
The dry conditions will continue through the first half of Wednesday. The second half will feature increasing cloud cover and rain chances as a cold front approaches the mountains. Highs will actually be warmer tomorrow due to a southern wind ahead of the front. Look for highs to reach the mid-upper 50s before rain begins to fall. The rain chances will continue overnight and into Thursday morning.
A few morning showers linger early Thursday morning as the front exits the region. Highs will make it to the mid-50s for Thursday with decreasing clouds by the afternoon. Friday will be even warmer as southern winds return back to the forecast. Highs will reach the upper 50s to lower 60s as clouds begin to slowly increase once again. Based on the latest model data, we have dropped all rain chances for Friday. Most of the day will just feature increasing clouds with rain arriving early Saturday due to a cold front.
Saturday looks to be a soggy day as the frontal boundary moves through. Winds will be gusty along the front! A few thunderstorms will be possible through the day on Saturday. Temperatures will reach the upper 50s before quickly tanking behind the front. Lows Saturday night will drop down near the melting point (32°). Leftover precipitation could lead to a few flakes Sunday with highs in the upper 30s to lower 40s! We will continue to watch.