Another round of rain to cut into the November deficit

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me-pm_chance_breakdown_rain_5day_popsAnother round of rain arrives for Wednesday to help cut into the November deficit.  Rain moves in early, heavy at times, before tapering to showers during the afternoon.  pm-dma-rpm-rain-totalTemperatures are still mild with lows closer to seasonable averages in the upper 40s.  Afternoon temperatures manage to climb to near 60 degrees.  Breezy west-northwest winds set up Thursday helping to pull in drier and cooler air but nothing too terribly cold. Temperatures are in the lower 50s Thursday and a bit cooler in the upper 40s for Friday. Expect partly sunny skies and the breeze to continue.



High pressure builds in Saturday relaxing the breeze and provides more sunshine to begin the weekend. Temperatures are chilly in the 30s early morning but recover to the middle 40s.  Clouds increasing during the second half of the weekend but the day remains dry. Highs again in the middle 40s.


Models have done some shifting and it looks like Monday is dry for most of the day.  Highs are near seasonable averages in the upper 40s to near 50 degrees.  Our next system takes shape over the southwest and heads our way bringing showers Monday evening into Tuesday.  In fact, it is a wet day Tuesday with highs held in the middle 40s.   We’ll need to watch for a wintry mix Monday night as temps come close to freezing in parts of the area.

Stay with FOX43 Weather for updated changes to the forecast through the rest of the week!

Have a good day!

MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist