Local Alert Weather Forecast, Wed., Apr. 1, 2015
After a sunny start to the day, clouds are rolling in as another round of moisture blasts through the High Desert. Cloud cover will continue to increase until the region will be under mostly cloudy skies. Isolated rain showers and occasional snow flurries will be in the area through the night and early Thursday morning.
Tonight’s showers will be isolated. Many locations will remain dry, but the areas that do pick up moisture will only see it briefly. Overnight lows will be in the mid to lower 20s. Winds will remain from a northwesterly direction between 5 and 10 mph.
Like Wednesday, Thursday morning will start out with some sunshine. A few clouds will build in the afternoon, but they shouldn’t bring much rain or snow to the area. Overall the state will dry out. Daytime highs will be in the lower 50s. Winds will lighten a few, but remain from a northwesterly direction.
Friday will be the warmest day of past workweek—aside from the 70s we had on Monday—temperatures will warm into the mid 50s, which is around the average temperature for this time of year. Skies will stay mostly sunny to partly cloudy and the state as a whole will be dry.
The weekend won’t be warm. Saturday and Sunday will only see temperatures in the upper 40s. Skies will vary from mostly cloudy to mostly sunny skies. Saturday will be a little wet, but the majority of the day will not see any precipitation. Easter Sunday however, has a much greater chance for rain and snow mix showers.