Tonight: Rain Continues
We still could see some isolated periods of gusty winds throughout the remainder of the afternoon. The wind should die down into the evening hours.
Rain will continue into the night. The heavier rain should be gone by midnight, a scattered shower after midnight is possible.
HRRR displays the heavier rainfall moving out:
The severe weather should remain out of our area. We are only expecting a few non-severe thunderstorms with the rain.
Expecting about an inch of rain when this event is done:
Once the rain clears, it appears it should be gone for the rest of the week.
*Update: we may get a drop or two Thursday afternoon into Thursday night. Still a very low chance at this point. No rain in the forecast for the majority of Tuesday and Wednesday*
Tuesday: Cool and Clouds Clearing – Wake Up 47° High 64°
Rain should be gone by the early morning commute. Clouds will begin to clear gradually behind the rain. Some high clouds could remain, we may see sunny skies by the late afternoon. Temps will remain a little below average for this time of year.
Extended Outlook: Getting Back to “Spring Normal”
Sunny skies and temps rebounding into the 70°s through the rest of the week.
The rain today will bring in some allergy relief for Monday and Tuesday. Sniffles return on Wednesday.
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