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Rain tapers tonight, but returns Tuesday evening; isolated flooding possible

An area of low pressure moving out of our area to the northeast will allow us to gradually dry out tonight. We may see a few showers through sun-down, but rain should wane by 10-11PM at latest. Otherwise, we'll be partly cloudy, cool and foggy at times with lows in the upper 30s/low 40s. Tuesday will start with some breaks of sun, but we'll see increasing clouds again during the afternoon as another system heads our way. Highs on Tuesday will be warmer, in the upper 50s/low 60s.

Tuesday night, especially after sun-down, widespread rain again develop. Though severe weather is not looking likely, a few t-storms with locally heavy downpours and gusty winds (in the 30-40 MPH range) cannot be ruled out late Tuesday night-early Wednesday morning. Our entire viewing area has been placed in a marginal risk of EXCESSIVE RAINFALL Tuesday PM-Wednesday AM. Localized flooding, especially along creeks, streams, and places that don't drain well will be possible moving into midweek.

Rain looks to move out Wednesday AM, and high pressure will take over and dry us out Wednesday PM through Thursday. We will be mild most of this week, with highs in the 50s Wednesday, climbing into the 60s and 70s with more sun on Thursday.

We look to see isolated showers here and there on Friday and Saturday, with a better chance of more widespread rain and heavier rain again Sunday night into Monday of next week. We look to stay on the warmer side for a while, with highs in the 60s and 70s through the end of the week and into the first part of the weekend, with variable cloud cover. Stay tuned!

Katherine Thompson

Chief Meteorologist

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