Gradual clearing leads to a dry pattern for the end of our work week; rain chances increase Saturday

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Temperatures today will be in the 60s and lower 70s. The lower elevations will be a bit warmer in the upper 70s. The past couple of days we received widespread rainfall, but today we will gradually clear out allowing a drier day than we have seen.

Starting off the morning, most are waking up to mist and overcast skies with temperatures in the 40s and lower 50s. We start off cooler today, but we should be warmer than yesterday. We hold onto some stray showers throughout the day today, but most of the area is going to remain dry after this morning. Some areas this morning, mainly along the eastern slopes, are dealing with some patchy fog.

Tonight, patchy fog can be spotted again with temperatures once more dipping into the 40s and 50s. Only difference is we will be dry overnight. Tomorrow, we warm up with areas in the lower-middle 70s. Of course, the lower elevations will be much warmer by flirting with the 80s. Shouldn’t worry about any rain chances for the remainder of the work week. On Saturday a cold front comes through bringing us another chance to see showers again. Temperatures will be cooler over the weekend dipping down into the 60s.

Catherine Maxwell

Catherine Maxwell

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