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Warming up into the weekend, but damp at times

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Clouds have been rolling back in today, and they will continue to thicken up into tonight. With southerly wind flow now developing, we won't be as chilly tonight, with lows falling into the upper 30s and low 40s. Besides a few spotty showers/possible drizzle, we'll be otherwise be dry and breezy overnight.

Winds will continue to pick up through Friday, and most of the day looks cloudy with only the slim chance for a spotty shower or two, especially during the evening. Temperatures will be Spring-like on Friday, topping off in the mid 50s to low 60s! Rain will continue to develop Friday night into Saturday, but showers do not look to be widespread or heavy UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT. We could hear a few rumbles of thunder then as well.

Temperatures Saturday will be in the 60s by the afternoon, even approaching 70 for some. With warm air present, severe weather will be likely to our south, but as of now, not likely here.

Most of Saturday looks cloudy, with again only spotty showers, but as the front moves in Saturday evening, we look to receive around "0.5-1.5" of rain overnight Saturday night-early Sunday. A few localized flooding issues in poor drainage areas may arise. Wind gusts through the weekend will occasionally be in the 30-40 mph range, so with the wet ground, a few downed trees and sporadic power outages can't be ruled out either.

Rain will end by late morning Sunday, and Monday and Tuesday are looking mainly dry and still mild with highs in the upper 50s/low 60s. A cold front looks to bring the chance of rain on Wednesday, and possibly by snow next Thursday as colder air eventually returns late next week. Stay tuned!

Katherine Thompson

Chief Meteorologist

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