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Light rain and sprinkles entered the region earlier this afternoon and continue to move from southwest to northeast across the region as of this writing. This activity will continue this evening but will eventually end overnight. Since the rain is so light accumulations won’t add up to much. You can keep an eye on the rain with our live streaming radar below.
The thick layer of clouds overhead kept our afternoon temperatures from warming much, as we started off in the 20s this morning and only warmed into the 40s this afternoon. Below is a look at some of our morning lows and afternoon highs from today.
We will start off tomorrow morning around the freezing mark, some of us with a light freeze while others just avoid one by a few degrees. All the rain should be well east of here by that point so no worries about any kind of wintry weather. The story tomorrow will be the wind. We will have a west/southwest wind between 15-25mph sustained with some gusts up to 35mph possible. This will help bring in warmer and drier air which will clear out the moisture and help us warm to around 60° in the afternoon.
A cold front will move through tomorrow evening shifting the wind to the north at about 10-20mph. With colder air moving in behind the front we will cool down into the 20s on Saturday morning and only warm into the 40s in the afternoon. This cool down will be short lived though as we warm back into the 50s on Sunday and 60s for most of next week. Quiet weather will be the trend next week until the very end when models show a strong cold front moving through sometime between Friday and Saturday. Of course this is too far away for any details right now so stay tuned!
I hope you had a great day! I will step you through the forecast tonight on the News at Nine and Matt will have a complete updated forecast for you tomorrow morning.