Loads Of Sun and Warmth Today; Freezing Rain Tomorrow Potentially

JAMESTOWN – It’s a spring-time feel out there today! There’s a lot of sun and temperatures in the 40’s.
However, rain will come our way out of the west late tonight into early tomorrow morning.
Ground temperatures could be near or just below 32, which will allow the rain to freeze on contact. Any freezing rain in the morning will change to plain rain showers by the afternoon hours on Tuesday.
The good news is this will not be a major ice event by any means. However, area roadways and sidewalks could be just a bit slick for the morning commute. Keep that in mind as you head out the door.
Temperatures shoot into the lower to mid-50’s by mid-week, which will feel fantastic.
However, you might want to take those 50’s and enjoy them while you can. We will likely start April colder than average. And that’s not an April Fools joke.
First Defense Forecast:
Today: An endless supply of sunshine, with around average highs of 42 to 49. Southeast wind 8 to 12 MPH.
Tonight: Partly cloudy early. Clouds increase with rain showers after midnight. Chance for freezing rain in the wee morning hours of Tuesday. Low 27 to 32. Breezy with a south wind 14 to 22 MPH. Chance of precip 70%.
Tuesday: Pockets of freezing rain in the morning, changing to rain showers for the afternoon. Windy and chiller. High 35 to 40. South wind 16 to 27 MPH. Chance of precip 70%.
Wednesday: Steady rain, tapering to rain showers in the afternoon. Mild. High 54. Chance of rain 50%.
Thursday: Partly cloudy and mild. High 55.
Friday: Rain showers. High 46. Chance of rain 80%.
Saturday: Chance for rain and snow showers. Cooler. High 42. Chance of precip 40%
Sunday: Partly sunny and cool. High 40.