Rain chances through the night; Cooler weather ahead

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Showers and isolated thunderstorms will dominate the forecast through the overnight hours Tuesday into Wednesday. Rainfall amounts into early Wednesday morning could reach just over a half inch in some areas.

Chilly temperatures are expected with the rain this evening. Overnight lows will drop into the mid-to-upper 50s as a frontal boundary moves through. Winds slowly shift from the south to the north-northwest overnight. Winds tomorrow are expected be near 10-15 mph.


Rain chances linger into the mid-afternoon Wednesday with highs in the middle 60s. Clouds slowly clear by the late evening with partly cloudy to mostly clear skies overnight. With a light northerly flow, overnight lows will drop into the middle 40s not feeling like June temperatures at all!

Rest of the Week:

High pressure finally brings some sensational weather into the region for Thursday and Friday. Highs will warm into the lower 70s on Thursday and into the upper 70s by Friday.

Rain returns to the forecast late Friday into the weekend. Isolated shower/thunderstorm chances will be in the forecast Friday into Saturday. Highs through Sunday are expected in the upper 70s near 80°.

Stay dry tonight and have a great Wednesday!


Matt Benz

Matt Benz

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