- Rain chances kick off the week
- Temperatures will be below average most of the week
- There will be days with some sunshine
Things are going to kick off on a colder note for his week.
After all the sunshine on Saturday and the warm weather on Sunday, things are going to be cold and gloomy for Monday.
Most of the rain left from Sunday will have cleared out early with some isolated places seeing rain Monday evening going into Tuesday.
Temperatures will stay on the cool side through most of the week thanks to the cold front that pushed through on Sunday. Highs will be in the low-to-mid-40s rather than the low-50s like what Green Country typically sees in early-to-mid February.
For Tuesday, isolated showers will remain possible but by Wednesday widespread showers will return to Green Country before the dry weather rolls in.
Thursday and Friday will bring in some dry weather along with a slight uptick in temperatures. Highs will still be below average but they’ll start to be closer.
Some of the clouds will linger around for Thursday then clear out for the end of the workweek and start of the weekend.
If you have plans for Valentine’s Day - it should be dry with relatively calm winds.
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