First Alert: Off-and-on showers continue through night

First Alert: Off-and-on showers continue through night

Passing showers will continue through the rest of tonight. These will be on-again-off-again showers with light to moderate rain. Temperatures will fall back to the upper 40s and low 50s tonight. The chance for rain will be around 60% north of U.S. 98 and around 30% south of U.S. 98.

Thursday, the rain picks back up in the pre-dawn hours. You’ll want to grab the umbrella out the door in the morning. Rain may be heavy at times, too. Temperatures will start around 50 and only manage the mid 50s for highs. The chance for rain is around 70%. The good news is rainfall totals look to be below 1 inch in total and severe weather isn’t anticipated.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday the clouds clear out and the sun should return. We may not be fully sunny all weekend, but it will be a bit drier and mostly sunny. Highs will be in the 50s and 60s with lows in the 30s. There is even a chance for a frost or freeze on Saturday morning.

Next week, the rain returns. By late Sunday night and through Monday another front slides through with another round of showers and storms. This round of rain may not be as benign. There may be a low-end severe weather threat as well as the chance for some localized flooding. We will continue to monitor the next system and provide updates as we head through the weekend and into the weekend.

Beyond that, things look drier by midweek next week and into the weekend.

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