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7:15 AM | Still some soaking rain to endure before late day clearing begins

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Cloudy with morning rain that will be heavy at times and maybe even a thunderstorm or two mixed in, late afternoon clearing is likely along with windy and very mild conditions, winds could gust past 40 mph, temperatures peaking near 60 degrees


Partly cloudy, breezy and colder, near freezing


Mostly sunny, still pretty mild, upper 40’s

Saturday Night

Partly cloudy, cold, low 30’s


Mostly sunny early, clouds late, cooler, mid 40’s; snow showers possible at night


Partly cloudy, cold, maybe a few snow showers, near 40


Partly sunny, milder, mid 40’s


Mostly cloudy, showers possible, mild, upper 40’s


Low pressure sliding by to our west is sweeping a cold front through the region this morning and heavy showers and possible thunderstorms will accompany the frontal passage. The rain will clear out of here by early-to-mid afternoon and the late afternoon will feature some clearing, windy and mild conditions with temperatures peaking today near 60. Weak high pressure will build into the region early this weekend, but a weak frontal passage Saturday night will usher in somewhat cooler air for Sunday. A stronger front and upper level disturbance will pass through Sunday night and Monday, and that system may be accompanied by snow showers. Temperatures on Monday will be hard-pressed to reach 40 degrees. A warming trend begins on Tuesday, but it will be cut off by another cold frontal passage on Wednesday.