Chilly Showers on Sunday
Tonight and Tomorrow: Look for increasing clouds overnight with a few showers possible. Lows will bottom out around 46. Sunday, expect a cloudy start with scattered showers beginning around daybreak and lingering into the afternoon. By dinner time tomorrow night, most of the rain will be out of the area and we will begin to dry out. Highs tomorrow will only be around 56.
Beyond Sunday, we will enter a drier stretch of weather from Monday through Thursday due to high pressure taking control over the region. Friday, another cold front will track towards the area bringing our next chance for rain. With our current data, the time frame for rain looks to be Friday evening and lingering into early Saturday morning. Severe weather does not look like a threat at this time. Keep checking back for updates on our next rain maker.
-- Meteorologist Jake Dalton
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