FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY: Showers, thunderstorms likely Sunday

Evarado Alatorre
Abril 17, 2018

Readings that were in the 70s are now in the 40s. We only make it into the low 40s for a high tomorrow. Within the next several hours, drizzle or sprinkles may also start to form.

Temperatures drop and hover around 40 through the evening with some backyards seeing temperatures in the upper 30s. We have a lull in showers now, but that will change as we head overnight as a strong cold front crosses the region.

Sunday will be a miserable day - all day - especially for the middle of April standards. And a coastal flood advisory has been issued for low-lying areas. Tuesday night our temperatures will fall into the upper 20s to lower 30s with clouds mixing in with a bit of clear sky. West central and southwest Montana will see more widespread rain and snow Tuesday morning then showers will become lighter and more scattered by the afternoon.

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Tuesday: Warmer, mainly sunny & windy... Rain totals of 1 inch are possible. As this occurs conditions will begin to moderate tonight, with one more night of below normal low temps. We are forecasting a mostly cloudy, breezy day with highs in the 50s. With warm air coming in on that south wind and plenty of sunshine, highs soar into the upper 70's!

An outstanding improvement in natural disaster prevention this year is early warning by five days, deputy head of the centre, Tran Hong Thai, said at a press briefing in Hanoi on Thursday. Temperatures could still reach or exceed 60 degrees.

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