Tuesday Late Night Forecast 10/10

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From Storm Team 5…

RAIN SHOWERS ARE MOVING IN FROM THE SOUTH TONIGHT – DRY AIR WILL HELP TO KEEP THE RAIN UP TO ABOUT HIGHWAY 29 AND POINTS SOUTH WITH DRY WEATHER NORTH – THE RAIN WILL EXIT EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING WITH MOSTLY TO PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES — AT THE SCHOOL BELL – TEMP NEAR 48 – EXPECT MOSTLY TO PARTLY CLOUDY SKIES WITH MOR SUN NORTH – TEMP NEAR 62 AT THE SCHOOL BELL – DRY WEATHER WILL HOLD THROUGH THE REST OF THE WORK AND SCHOOL WEEK WITH ANOTHER LATE WEEK WARM UP…

Any wet weather around the region tomorrow morning exits and some sunshine will be mixing with clouds by the afternoon. Highs tomorrow reach the low 60’s. Expect breezy north to northeast winds over the next 36 hours or so.

Thursday and Friday bring partly sunny skies and a bit milder temperatures. Low to mid 60’s on Thursday will be followed by near 70 degree numbers to wrap up the workweek.

The next chance for showers arrives later Friday into early Saturday. A stronger surge of moisture pushes in from the south at some point Saturday afternoon / evening into early Sunday morning. Some heavier rain will be possible at that point in time.

Clouds and periods of precipitation over this coming weekend will keep readings cooler in the low 60’s on Saturday and perhaps as cool as the upper 50’s on Sunday. Drier weather returns on Monday along with a bit of sunshine and daytime highs around 60 degrees.

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