Rain continues today, more to come before weekend temperature drop

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Rain chances begin to end Wednesday evening and into the overnight.

Rainfall totals in and around 0.5″ likely through Wednesday.

SHOWERS TODAY: Showers continue to increase in number throughout the late afternoon and into the evening and overnight time frame. When all is said and done, a widespread half-an-inch of rainfall will be likely, with locally higher totals possible. Temperatures drop into the upper-30s overnight as we dry out heading into Thursday morning. Cloudy skies persist.

Rain chances return Thursday into Friday morning.

AGAIN FOR THURSDAY: Rain chances hold off until later in the day on Thursday, but a few showers throughout the day will be possible, especially north and northwest. Temperatures don’t go far, with highs in the mid-to-upper 40s, with some 50s not out of the question. Rain continues, scattered, with occasional downpours into the very early morning hours of Friday with a very mild start as temperatures increase overnight. We start the day in the low-50s, but drop throughout Friday afternoon.


COOLER AIR MOVES IN: Friday afternoon temperatures drop through the 40s, and we dip into the 30s and upper-20s into the overnight hours. Highs on Saturday stay in the 30s with breezy conditions on the backside of our rainmaker. We grab a few more degrees on Sunday with highs near 40 and lighter breezes.

Stay “Weather Smart” with the FOX43 Weather Team all week long!

-Chief Meteorologist MaryEllen Pann

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