It's a rainy and stormy period ahead for us as wet weather begins overnight before daybreak.
Rain and storms will break out as temps rise into the morning. Lows near 50 degrees by 8 o'clock
By 7 a.m. showers and rain continues to scatter around the area.
After 9 -10 a.m. , there only a chance of showers and we could see some clearing by noon
There's a WIND ADVISORY out for Wednesday as gust could reach to 40mph.
Another round of rain and storms will move in approximately 5 p.m. and move wet to east through 9 p.m. Currently, severe weather doesn't appear to be a concern, but we are monitoring it. A few strong southerly wind gusts will be possible. Highs will be either side of 70 degrees.
Thursday is setting up to be a very warm day too. It could potentially be a record breaker as well. Southwest winds at 20 to 30 mph will be moving in warmer air for the day, The sky will be partly to mostly sunny and no rain is expected. The record high is 72 set in 1996, right now the forecast is for a high of 71! It'll be close.
Friday will be much colder behind a dry cold front passage. We'll start the day at 28 and only warm to 44 degrees. Wind chills will be into the teens as we wake up on Friday.
Rain and storms overnight
Low: 40 (50 by 8 a.m.)
Morning showers and chance storms
Evening showers and storms
Spotty showers end
Warm and windy
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