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Forecast Last Updated at Thursday, December 8, 2022 at 7:21PM
Still Grey & Wet
A new round of rain arrived later this afternoon and sticks around through tonight. Friday will be cooler with areas of light rain and drizzle. We’re stuck in the muck on Saturday, with perhaps more rain focused on Saturday night and into Sunday morning. At long last, we get a break in the gloom by early next week.
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Hi: 63 Lo: 48
Cloudy with periods of rain; Light ENE wind
Hi: 49 Lo: 44
Overcast & cooler; Some fog; Areas of drizzle & light rain; Light ENE wind
Hi: 49 Lo: 42
Overcast & cool; Perhaps some early drizzle, then more rain likely Saturday night; Light SE wind
Hi: 54 Lo: 36
Cloudy with early rain; Becoming partly cloudy Sunday night
Hi: 55 Lo: 34
Sunshine is back! More seasonable temps
Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Cooler; High in the upper 40s; Low in the mid 30s
Wednesday - Increasing cloudiness; Rain returns PM; High in the mid 40s; Low in the upper 30s
An oscillating frontal boundary will be the cause for our gloomy weather over the next couple of days. A new wave of rainfall arrived late today and will linger into tonight.
On Friday, cool wedging reasserts itself and this remains locked in place on Saturday. Friday will feature some patchy drizzle and light rain. While Saturday features mainly dry weather, it will remain gray and cool. Another wave of rain will be possible Saturday night into Sunday morning.
The front exits promoting some needed clearing for early next week. We get a couple days off from the rain, then another powerful cold front approaches from the west by midweek. Expect more rain late Wednesday incoming from this noteworthy feature.
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