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Scattered showers likely Tuesday and Wednesday; gusty winds and heavy downpours possible Wednesday night.

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Another warmer than average day with temperatures in the upper 50s and lower 60s. We keep up with the warm air into tomorrow, but by Thursday we will witness seasonable temperatures return.

Rain showers will continue to be scattered throughout today. This morning a few areas heard rumbles of thunder and saw lightning. We still hold onto the chances to hear thunder throughout today. Winds will be coming out of the south at around 10 MPH with gusts hitting 20 MPH or higher for a few isolated spots.

Tonight we will be drying out, so patchy fog is possible to form. Lows will be in the 40s. Another chance for showers will return tomorrow. Yesterday, the system looked to approach more on Wednesday PM, now models are showing the system crossing through the area a tad earlier. Meaning, a few areas will see rain showers beginning in the morning. Majority of showers will arrive in the afternoon. Showers tomorrow will be scattered in nature like what we will witness today.

Winds tomorrow will start off calm, but will increase in speed. By tomorrow evening we will notice wind gusts hitting around 25-30 MPH. Gusts may be higher especially in times of thunderstorm activity. We once again could experience a few storms pop into the area mainly on Wednesday night.

On Wednesday night, lows will be heading back into the 30s, so the higher elevations may see a transition from rain to light snow/flurries if any moisture is leftover. Other than that, Thursday looks to be mostly dry with partly cloudy skies.

Friday we bring back a chance for rain/mixing in the evening. We are looking ahead to Saturday because a strong cold front is likely to cross through. A chance for rain/snow/mixing is very likely, but it all depends on the track of the low pressure system for what type of precipitation we will see. So far, models are showing a chance for rain/snow over our area. Something we are continuing to monitor. Wouldn't be a big snow, but we could expect some accumulations.

Catherine Maxwell

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