Scattered rain showers are likely through the early afternoon. High temperatures will reach the low to mid-60s today. A few showers and storms will develop this evening, and there's a slight risk for some of them to turn severe.
Meteorologist Sherry Hughes will be in this evening with an update on that potential. Heavy rain is likely overnight, with a few spots getting upwards of an inch of rain.
Now - 3pm: Bulk of rain falls during this time
3pm - 7pm: Scattered showers, isolated storms
7pm - 4am: Widespread showers and storms, isolated severe storms
Sunday's Flying Pig marathon may have a lucky dry window during the morning hours. Morning data suggests that the heavy rain tonight will exit by 5-6 a.m. Sunday morning, with just isolated light rain showers possible during the marathon. There could even be a few peeks of sunshine during the race!
4am - 7am: Rain decreasing in coverage
7am - 12pm: Isolated showers possible, mostly cloudy
12pm - 4pm: A few showers & storms possible
4pm - 7pm: Showers possible
10PM: Rain ends
A few t-storms
Heavy at times
A few showers
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