Rain amounts over the last 24 hours came in right around forecast amounts; generally somewhere around two tenths of an inch. Probably didn’t get your local creek flowing, but every little bit helps add moisture to the soil under our feet. As trees and grass go dormant for the winter, rain will be able to make it to our waterways more easily.
What to Expect This Evening
Just a tip….if you were to creatively include a poncho in your costume, you’d 1) be super cool, 2) be prepared for the weather. Sounds like a win.
We’re not expecting a washout. Although, if you’re sitting outside around the fire pit or walking around your local neighborhood, your threshold for what a washout is might be lower than usual. Hence, my costume recommendation.
HRRR thinks we’ll see some isolated/scattered light sprinkles and rain showers moving through. It doesn’t look like a big deal at the moment.
HRRR computer model through 3:00 am
Pretty Nice Week
High temps rise through the 70s this week, hitting 77° by Friday. Rain chances look to stay away til the weekend.
Weather changes constantly.
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