Rainy end to the weekend

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Widespread rain for the Sunday morning commute.

RAIN FOR SUNDAY: Showers begin moving in from west of east in the very early morning hours of Sunday morning, around 2-4AM, and continue throughout most of the morning. The commute to church or any other Sunday morning activities will be a soaker area-wide.

Showers taper off heading towards the evening with the high near midnight.

Showers taper off heading towards the evening with the high near midnight.

 

Showers continue off and on throughout the day with hit-or miss showers and even a little bit of mix for our northern counties as well. They taper off as we head towards the evening with the high being close to midnight.

BREEZE KICKS UP: Winds change direction after the showers pass through and welcome a strong WNW breeze for all of Monday. It’ll be your usual “hold onto your hat,” day with sustained winds at 20-30mph and gusts up to 50mph likely.

A very gusty start to the work week.

A very gusty start to the work week.

Our breezes calm or Tuesday before coming back with a vengeance Wednesday and Thursday.

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Rain for Sunday, but flurries come back for Monday and Wednesday.

LOTS OF SUNSHINE NEXT WEEK: Other than the chance of a few flurries in the early morning hours next week, we see a lot more sunshine coming our way. Partly to mostly sunny skies dominate the forecast as highs hover around that 40 degree mark.

Have a great day!

-Meteorologist Bradon Long