Clearing Out

Current Radar 

The rain is winding down. It should be gone after the evening rush hour.

Wednesday: Early 31°, High 47°

No, we don’t think roads will freeze. They’re still well above freezing.

Sunny skies return for your Wednesday, moderately warming temperatures into the upper 40s to near 50. Remember, a cold front has pushed through at this point, so it will take several days to get back to those warm temperatures that many of us enjoy.

Lows Wednesday night will be in the mid to lower 30s, with calm winds increasing to 5 mph out of the south.

Thursday: Early 37° High 57°

Another disturbance will bring showers and a few rumbles of thunder Thursday, but nothing in the way of severe weather is anticipated. Highs will be tempered by the rain, so expect low to mid 50s. Winds throughout the day will be out of the south at 5 to 15 mph.

By Thursday evening, rain will taper off to light showers, accompanied by lows in the middle to upper 30s. Winds switch back to the north after midnight near 10 mph.

The wet conditions don’t end, unfortunately, until Friday’s dawn.

Weekend Preview?

Sure, why not! Temperatures look to find their way into the 60s…perfect weather for any outdoor plans or Sunday’s U.S. Women’s National Team game at Nissan Stadium. David will be there, trying to avoid sunburn.

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