We are expecting a series of cold front to arrive in the coming days. The first arrives tonight and is why we are seeing so much rain right now. It is stalling across the area and as such we will see the rain for most of the night tonight. Temperatures will drop off tonight due to the cold passing. Lows expected to be around 39.
Temperatures will down a little bit tomorrow after the rain ends, which should be around 4am at the latest. Expect highs in the lower to mid 50’s. We should remain mild through the overnight hours Monday night as another cold front approaches on Tuesday. Expect another warm one with highs approaching the upper 60’s and maybe even the 70’s before we see a lot more rain. Wednesday and Thursday are supposed to be our coldest dies with a high around 50 and lows near freezing, but it won’t last for long as we are expected to warm up into the 60’s by the weekend with the possibility of more rain on Saturday and Sunday.
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