- Cold morning temperatures arrive to kick off the week
- Warmer weather moves in for the first part of the week
- Rain chances arrive again for Thursday afternoon/evening
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY
Morning temperatures on the cold side over the next couple of days. At times they will be below freezing. Monday afternoon, things will be slightly below average with the highs only in the upper-40s but by Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday afternoon, highs will climb back into the 50s.
With warmer temperatures and strong, warm winds on Tuesday, there will be an increased grass fire risk for Green Country. Since there will be an increased risk, it is key that no burning happens outside.
Clouds will be increasing through Tuesday and Wednesday ahead of a cold front that will bring rain chances later in the week.
Rain chances will be increasing for the afternoon and evening. Everyone has the chance of seeing rain as the cold front moves through.
Temperatures will be just slightly above average with highs only in the low-50s.
Slightly cooler temperatures arrive for the end of the work week with mostly sunny skies and strong northern winds.
Despite the dry weather and strong winds, the fire risk will not be as high because of the rain chances on Thursday that will keep things from being too dry.
Sunny and warm to kick off the weekend with Saturday being great for any yard work, errands, or anything outside.
Rain chances will be back in Green Country on Sunday with another little front moving through.
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