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I really don’t know where the time has gone!
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TONIGHT – 70° by 6 PM
Upper 60°s and just a few clouds around for your Tuesday evening plans.
Skies will stay partly cloudy this evening and overnight.
Temperatures will be mild at best tonight… Lows will fall just to the upper 50°s.
WEDNESDAY – Wake Up: 57°, High: 77°
Tomorrow will start mild & wind up being quite warm!
Wednesday will also be our last rain-free day, as the bulk of rainfall and thunderstorm activity will stay to our west.
Some passing showers and storms to our west could graze us in the morning:
However, if we get anything out of that, it would just be a spotty shower or two.
The rest of the day tomorrow will just be cloudy & warm, with highs in the upper 70°s!
Our winds will also be a bit more breezy, 5-15 mph out of the south.
Things will be even more mild tomorrow night, with lows staying in the low 60°s.
THURSDAY – Wake Up: 61°, High: 78°
By Thursday, the stream of moisture that will have been bothering states to our west all week will finally be moving more our direction:
Looks like rain will hold-off for us until later in the afternoon and into the evening.
High temperatures before any rain will return to near 80° Thursday afternoon.
LOOKING AHEAD: Showers & Storms Stick With Us
The weather pattern that is causing so much wet weather across the central part of the country today will be what slides our way Thursday.
This is not really a single weather system, but rather a sequence of weather systems, steered by the jet stream.
That’s why we’re looking at several days of rain chances here. This whooooooole scenario is a slow-mover!
We should get to dry-off by Sunday.
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