The last month has been a rather active period of time. There's been a lot of rain and some snow and March is running above normal for precipitation. Here's a look at the precipitation (liquid equivalent of rain + snow) for the last 30 days:
We've had severe weather, rivers rising, and just a whole lotta days with clouds. We're finally going to see more sunshine and a drier week up ahead. The weather pattern is going to be a lot less active in the Upper Midwest. The first half of the week (through Wednesday) looks dry:
There will be a storm system that comes in toward the end of the week, but we'll have to continue to work out the timing. Right now it looks like rain will be most likely on Friday.
Prior to the rain, we'll have a mix of sun and clouds eat day. Temperatures will be running near normal. Here's a look at Monday's temperatures:
A nice change of pace.