Super Soaker Thursday

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Weather Headlines:

  • Wash out Thursday with 1”-2” of rain & embedded thunderstorms
  • Still mild but less humid Friday & Saturday
  • The real chilly stuff arrives Sunday & beyond

Forecast Discussion:

Frost likely Monday morning A lot of rain is here for Thursday, part of a cold front swinging through. The rain starts early in the morning for the ride to work and school.  Rain may be heavy at times but severe potential is likely to be limited. By dinnertime, the showers begin to taper off. Highs are still muggy in the 70s, well above normal again, but breezy. The skies slowly clear out over the next few days, with cooler temps dropping in over the weekend. October returns by Sunday, with highs only in the upper 50s!

Forecast Details:

Tonight: Few showers around.  Steady rain developing late. Low: Low to mid 60s.

Tomorrow: Periods of rain, some heavy with a few embedded thunderstorms. Remaining breezy and humid.  High: lower 70s.

Friday: Patchy fog early. Partly cloudy and noticeably less humid. Remaining mild. High: lower 70s.

Saturday: Sunny start with increasing clouds. Chance for an isolated shower. High: upper 60s.

Sunday: Noticeably cooler! Mostly sunny in the morning, partly cloudy by afternoon. High: Mid to upper 50s.

Monday: A frosty start to the day! Cool despite plenty of sunshine. High: low to mid 50s.

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