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Starting off Saturday with some rain. WillCo. even got some lightning strikes earlier. I think thunder chances are mostly gone, leaving us with just a couple more hours of rain. WillCo. will get the majority of the rain. We’ll dry out this afternoon and evening, setting up for a dry, but cool home opener at GEODIS.
Dry and a little warmer for Sunday.
Rain resumes Monday morning, thankfully the severe weather threat will stay to our east, leaving us with just rain.
Too early to nail down a precise ETA, but generally speaking, mid-morning Monday looks like the best chance for some showers. Other than the rain we’ll have some gusty winds, gusts up to 40mph are possible throughout the day.
Tuesday + Wednesday looks dry, enjoy these dry days because the end of the week will be w-e-t. Total rainfall for the next seven days looks to total around 2-3″. It should be spread out enough to where we’ll avoid flooding concerns, but we’ll be watching.
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