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April 3, 2016 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

April 3, 2016

Welcome to April! It’s been a few days since my last forecast, mainly because there’s been a lot going on! We had a nice, cool weekend, and over the next week it should stay quite similar, with any number above 70 only happening once, if even that. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Friday!

Currently, there are two cold fronts to focus on. One is in the Northern Plains, and the second one is off the coast of the Pacific Northwest. Both of those will bring us changes to the weather this week. The first of those will be through here tomorrow evening, bringing clouds and maybe a few scattered showers.

That other cold front appears to be taking a few days to get here, as it will start bringing rain Wednesday night. In fact, that will be the reason for our next big rain chances on Thursday. A third cold front, an Alberta Clipper, will drop through here Friday, keeping us cloudy, cool, and including a couple rain showers to finish out the week.

Here’s the outlook:

Tonight-Mostly clear. Low 35. Frost possible in spots.

Monday-Partly cloudy, more clouds move in by afternoon, with rain possible. Highs near 70.

Monday night-Cloudy with a couple rain showers. Low 39.

Tuesday-Partly to mostly sunny. High 55.

Wednesday-Mostly sunny. High 62.

Thursday-Showers and thunderstorms likely. High near 60.

Friday-Mostly cloudy, with scattered showers possible. Highs near 50.

Sure, it won’t feel like Spring much in the coming days, but rest assured that we’re quite a ways in the process of not having to wear jackets anymore. In fact, I put my heavy ones away just the other day, and I don’t plan on using them again until December! We will be at least a little above normal a couple days this week, with Tuesday and Friday being a shade cooler than our average temperature for early April.

Thanks for checking here for the forecast! Don’t forget, you can always hear my forecast on WHCB 91.5 FM twice an hour most hours, four times an hour during the day on Top Gun Radio (870 AM and 100.7 FM), and also twice an hour on Love FM (100.3 FM and 1090 AM) and WABN 1230 AM and 103.3 FM. I typically post a new forecast with the short but sweet outlook near the top each afternoon by 6pm.

Also, there’s baseball! I’m the broadcaster for the Sullivan South High School Rebels baseball team, and I’ll be at it twice again this week. Monday they play Johnson County, and we’ll start our coverage at around 4:55pm. We’ll also have South’s home game against Happy Valley, which begins at 5:55pm Tuesday night. The games are on Top Gun Radio, 870 AM and 100.7 FM. So if you’re in the Tri-Cities, make sure to tune in. Or, better yet, come out to Colonial Heights to watch the Rebels play, and listen on your radio!

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