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Warm today, but more rain is coming

Tonight we'll see areas of fog possible especially for towns by the shoreline.  We'll start Sunday with some sunshine, but clouds will quickly file in. So consider the sun a treat to start tomorrow. The chance for isolated shower heading through the afternoon is not out of the question but most of us will be dry. The heaviest rain should hold off until tomorrow late in the evening when another disturbance is expected to move in.  A few rumbles of thunder early Monday morning are possible as we have just enough instability to create some convective storms. As we start the work week it will be wet. Some heavy downpours are expected throughout the morning. By the afternoon, we'll see some minor improvements before another line of showers moves in. This looks to be quick moving.

We'll break for some sunshine on Tuesday, the trade off it will be breezy. On Wednesday a few more clouds will be around.

Unfortunately the threat for rain doesn't end on Monday. Keeping a chance for rain in the forecast Thursday-Saturday.

FORECAST DETAILS:

TONIGHT: Patchy fog. Low: 40s

SUNDAY: Increasing clouds. Chance for late PM/evening showers. High: Low-mid 60s.

MONDAY: Rain/TStorms possible. High:  60s.

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny & breezy. High: Upper 50s.

WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy.  High: Near 60.

THURSDAY: Chance for showers. High: upper 50s

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