The weather has been absolutely beautiful this spring, and there is still much more to come. We can expect to see temperatures in the upper 80s and highs in the upper 80s-90s to start the week of April 25. Expect rain and thunderstorms, but the ground will hold up to the worst of them.
It could be a little more chilly in the northwest too, so watch out for your windows.
There is still a good chance that we could see more snow in the southwest as well, so we will take precautions. If you’re lucky, you can get a glimpse of the first round of snow to hit the area this week. And don’t forget to stock your car with some of your favorite winter gear, because the weather is going to be in your back pocket this week.
We may or could see some snow in the northwest starting Thursday, but the chances are not good. It will be a few degrees colder than normal, and there is just a small chance that snow is in the forecast.
I can’t promise we won’t get any snow this week, but I can promise you that we won’t get any snow at all. As you can see above, the snow has begun to fall in the southwest, and we won’t get any until the weekend.
I’m guessing that this is a sign that we’re about to get some snow.
The main reason we are having any snow is because of the rain. It will start to fall here in the northwest on Wednesday and then move out to the west and south on Thursday. By Friday it will be heading east and southeast, and then by Saturday it will have moved into the central and southern parts of the country. I think this rain is a sign that are about to get some snow, but that wont mean we are staying at home.
I think we are, and that it will be a good sign because it means the snow is actually getting colder and the rain is getting colder.
The first couple of days of this storm will be sunny and warm, but by mid-morning the sun will start to set behind a low-level cloud. In addition, the temperatures will drop and the clouds will begin to move in. These are the signs that a winter storm is on its way. It will be a cold one, and the cold will bring gusty winds and heavy downpours. The rain is the best part, of course.
If you’re in the area, you might want to make sure to be prepared. If you have a power outage or a power surge, these storms could throw off your electric and water supplies. If you have a fire in your home you may be at risk for your home and all your possessions being destroyed. (That doesn’t necessarily mean you should panic and leave your home, just that you should be aware that you may not be able to get away.