Soggy weather continues into the weekend
Our wet week will continue into the upcoming weekend. So far from Wednesday and Thursday many spots have picked up anywhere from 0.25" to 1.00" of rain. We are slowly cutting into the rain deficit we've had since March and our fire risk has finally started to come down and our official dry conditions are being relieved.
A few light spotty showers are possible throughout the day on Friday as our lingering low pressure system finally moves its way east. Any rain we see on Friday will stay below a tenth of an inch. A light jacket or umbrella should get you through the spotty showers just fine.
A steadier and heavier rain is on the way for the weekend and another storm system moves in. The afternoon and evening look like the best chance for some heavy rain but rain could start as early as the mid to late morning. No thunderstorms are expected but heavier downpours are possible.
By the end of Saturday many spots could get another half inch to full inch of new rain. Another quarter to half inch of rain is also possible Sunday.
The rain chance continues into Sunday with scattered rain showers, similar to Thursday, possible for most of the day. Monday also has a rain chance before things tart to dry out just a bit. High temperatures for the weekend stay in the middle to upper 50s, slightly mild for this time of year.
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