First Alert Forecast: Showers and clouds, but staying warm
Rain will be around the next few days. Highs will warm back to the upper 70s this weekend
A low pressure system will work close to the area on Tuesday and Wednesday. On and off showers will be possible during this time with the greatest chance of an isolated thunderstorms on Tuesday. In total up to an inch of rainfall will be in the forecast between Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Temperatures overall will stay above average and around 70 degrees these next few days. Once the low pressure system exits, highs will warm back to around 80 degrees as early as Friday and this weekend. The average high this time of year is around 70 degrees. In the extended forecast, each day this week will be at or above this threshold.
TUESDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers and T-showers developing. Our greatest rain chance will arrive for the second half of Tuesday. High near 74F. Low 60F. Wind ESE at 5 to 10 mph.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy with hit and miss showers throughout the day. High 70F. Low 58F. Wind ESE at 10 to 15 mph.
EXTENDED FORECAST: Rain will continue into the mid week, with the system exiting the Midwest by Thursday, with warmer and clearer skies replacing the rain and clouds by Friday, continuing into the weekend with above average, but comfy temperatures.
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