Another Radar, Refresh to Update
This Evening: 60° by 7 PM
Expect the rain to continue throughout the evening hours and overnight:
It’ll be humid & a bit breezy overnight: 5-10 mph, maybe getting close to 15 mph at times.
TUESDAY – Wake Up: 57°, High: 64°
Multiple sources agree that rainfall totals through tomorrow morning come in around an inch:
But – we’ll keep adding to that tomorrow. As the same low pressure system begins to lift north and weaken, it will continue to keep us rainy:
The low will be weaker once it gets closer to us, but we could still see heavier rain at times throughout the day Tuesday:
Models think we will add another inch to the rainfall total through Wednesday morning.
As an added bonus: it’ll be a bit windy tomorrow, as well. Models aren’t getting along with just how breezy it’ll be…but bank on winds 10-15, maybe close to 20 mph at times.
WEDNESDAY – Wake Up: 59°, High: 70°
Showers will continue overnight Tuesday into Wednesday, though we should begin to see more breaks and overall less-frequent rainfall.
As Low 1 keeps pushing north, it’s going to meet up with (stronger) Low 2:
Low 2 will pretty much absorb Low 1, amp itself up, and swing a dry (no rain!) cold front through on Thursday.
This will really cool us down Thursday night & into Friday.
LOOKING AHEAD: Sunshine Returns by Thursday, Low 40°s Friday AM
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