A Gloomy Day Ahead

Good morning, everyone! Today will be a gloomy one, but there is hope. For the rest of the work week, we can count on there being a decrease in cloud cover to boost our moods. More information on this below.

Us, waiting on the sunshine to come back…(GIPHY)


For the morning commute to work, showers will be entering our community. These will remain light with the brunt of the precipitation taking place in the late morning to early afternoon. At most, we will have precipitation totals of a quarter to half of an inch.

Projected precipitation for today from 4am to 4pm (Pivotal Weather)

For as long as shower chances are around, we will remain under overcast skies. Thus, by the evening, a gradual clearing of clouds will take place and continue on into the overnight hours. Throughout the day, we will have a gentle breeze, so having a jacket handy may not be a bad idea.

Projected cloud cover for today from noon to 5pm (College of DuPage)

In comparison to yesterday, today will be noticeably cooler. In the afternoon, our high temperature will likely remain around the 60 degree mark. Into the night, temperatures will drop, having our low into the lower 40’s.

Projected temperatures for the entirety of today (Pivotal Weather)

The Rest of the Work Week

For Thursday and Friday, we will once more have high pressure in our region. This will promote decreasing cloud cover, making for sunny conditions. We won’t have much variation in temperatures, with high’s in the lower 60’s and lows in the lower 40’s.

Predicted surface map for tomorrow at 7pm (Weather Prediction Center)

Moreover, the UV Index will be very high. If you plan on being outdoors, we encourage that you wear protective clothing and have sunblock (SPF-15+), sunglasses, and a wide-brimmed hat handy. Don’t forget to stay hydrated, too.

That’s all for today! Thank you for reading! For more, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @wxornotBG!