Well, today was nothing short of terrible, right? The overcast skies kept temperatures from fluctuating through the day; after dipping to 27° early this morning, our high temperature of just 30° marked our coolest recorded here in Evansville since Christmas Day. The clouds will likely hang on through the night and into tomorrow morning, unfortunately temperatures will dive toward the mid 20s overnight; we'll bottom out around 25° in Evansville.
It does appear as though our clouds will gradually decrease tomorrow morning and into early tomorrow afternoon. The clearer conditions paired with a breezy southwesterly wind flow will help drive temperatures between 10° and 15° higher than earlier today - we'll reach 43° in Evansville Tuesday (our warmest day in a week). Wednesday look likes it'll be a breezy one as well, but with an ample supply of sunshine, the mercury will climb back into the upper 40s and even low 50s that day.
We have to go all the way to Thursday to find any actual inclement weather. After reaching 50° that afternoon in the River City, a passing cold front will reintroduce cloud cover and eventually rainfall back into the Ohio Valley late that evening. Temperatures will plummet overnight - dropping nearly 20° between the afternoon and the next morning. After only reaching 46° Friday, we'll kick off the weekend ahead on a bit of a cool note - expect to only see the mid 30s come Saturday.
Wear Your Mask.