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Scattered Showers and Cooler Temps for the Rest of Today

The storm threat is over.

HRRR model below shows scattered showers until dinner time.

HRRR Model showing precipitation 9am Monday – 8pm Monday

Our counties are included in a wind advisory until 3pm. This is mainly in place for wind gusts ahead of the line of storms we just experienced. Model below shows wind gusts calming to the teens by dinner time.

HRRR Model Wind Gusts 9am Monday – 7pm Monday

Colder air is already here. Temps will fall throughout the day. By 6 PM we will already be down in the mid 40s. Overnight, temps get down to the low 30s.

Rain Returns Tomorrow Night

Just looks like plain rain. This system should be out of our counties by the time you head out the door Wednesday morning.


HRRR model showing precipitation 4pm Tuesday – 6am Wednesday

No flooding concerns with this batch.

Winter Returns In Time For The Weekend.

We slowly warm up to the mid 60s by Friday. The Euro model below shows a strong cold front passing through late Friday night. This model shows a line of showers right around dinner time then quickly turning into some mixed precipitation. GFS model is in agreement but has the snow lingering more into the early morning hours Saturday. Just because snow falls doesn’t mean it will stick. Ground may be inhospitable to frozen flakes. There’s also a question of how much moisture is left in the atmosphere after those temps drop? It’s way to soon to “believe” this forecast. Either way, expect freezing temps Saturday and Sunday mornings. We will keep you updated as we get closer to the event, just keep it on your radar (haha).

Euro Model showing precipitation 3pm Friday – 3am Saturday

Temps don’t get out of the upper 30s Saturday. It’ll feel like winter returned for a day.

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