KX Storm Team Monday Evening Forecast

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With warming temperatures, water flow has increased in our rivers, and ice jams have become a concern. There are a multitude of flood warnings and advisories currently. Tonight expect mild temperatures with cloud cover overhead. Patchy fog will also be possible, particularly towards the southwest. A warm front will approach from the west tomorrow, clearing skies as it moves in. Therefore, expect a large spread in high temperatures for your Tuesday, with upper 30s east and a few 70-degree readings not out of the question to the west! As the front marches from west to east, the US83 corridor will see the warmest highs on Wednesday. Temperatures to end the week will be slightly cooler with an outside chance for precipitation. Quiet weather looks likely through the weekend with highs at or slightly above average. 

-Meteorologist Dave Holder 

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