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Rainy night ahead, showers linger into Wednesday morning

Skies will fill with clouds most of the day as the region gets ready for some much needed rainfall. Most of the rain will not be directly over the tri-counties, but there should be enough rain on the mountains to melt some of the snow-pack and allow some of the water to soak into the soil in the area.  This should be a one and done for us this week as we transition back to a dry and warm period over the upcoming holiday weekend.

A stray shower or two will fall before noon Wednesday then a few showers linger from time to time into Thursday.  Breezy conditions are likely to remain as the week pushes on, but nothing that will approach “advisory” criteria as winds will generally be in the 10 – 20 mph range.

To start the holiday weekend there will be a noticeable cool down, under mostly cloudy skies and a slight chance for some light rain. Following the cloudy day Saturday, Sunday and Monday look to be dry and much warmer.

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