Tonight: Scattered rain showers continue overnight with the winds from the northeast ranging 5-10 mph. Another chilly night with the continuing precipitation and a low of 42°F expected.
Tomorrow: There’s a slight break in the rain Tuesday morning with chances increasing into the afternoon and evening hours. Slightly warmer temperatures than Monday with a high of 63°F and winds start transitioning from the northeast to a more southerly direction. Overnight there’s a slight chance for isolated areas to have heavier periods of rainfall.
7-Day: With the southerly winds comes warmer temperatures. A trend of warmer temperatures continues into the work week with highs reaching into the upper 70s Thursday and Friday. Rain chances stick around for most of the week with a break for partly sunny conditions for Thursday and Saturday. To start off next, the chance for rain returns with temperatures back into the 50s.
-------Weather Forecaster Natalie Fitzpatrick
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