Leftover showers Thursday, but gradually drying out

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After a foggy start, the afternoon features the chance for some spotty showers.






Thursday bring some spotty showers with highs in the middle to upper 60s.

The storm system responsible for a good soaking rain across the region on Wednesday finally moves across the region today. This means there are some more showers in store for Thursday, but not everyone will see a shower. The morning begins plenty of thick fog and a few drops. A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect for part of the area through 9 A.M. Expect afternoon showers to be much lighter than Wednesday’s rainfall and spotty in nature. Temperatures are a bit cooler than yesterday too, with readings in the middle to upper 60s during the afternoon hours. Some sunshine will sneak in too at times, but the clouds remain fairly dominant.




Friday the storm system finally clears the area, and it’s a drier day with a mixture of sunshine and clouds. Highs are in the upper 60s. A pool of cool air plunges into the area beginning on Saturday. Temperatures fall well below seasonable averages by Sunday, with readings in the lower to middle 50s.




The pattern remains cool leading into the beginning of next week too, with temperatures on the cool side. Monday is dry with building clouds, and a few showers are possible for Tuesday. Wednesday more clouds are in store. Temperatures are below seasonable averages in the middle to upper 50s.



Have a great Thursday!

-Andrea Michaels




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