The weather will be on repeat Thursday, but rain from Ian will move in by Friday
Tropical moisture will give us soaking rains to end the work week
High pressure will stay in control for a little while longer, before the remnants of Hurricane Ian move in at the end of the week and into this weekend. Tonight will be cool, dry, and mainly clear. Temps will hit the 30s and 40s again, and like last night, some patchy frost could develop!
Thursday will bring a mix of sun and clouds, and we’ll start to get a bit breezy by the afternoon and evening, but we should stay rain free. Highs Thursday will top off in the upper 50s-low 60s. Thursday night, we’ll see increasing cloud cover with cool low temps in the 40s.
Friday will bring rapidly increasing cloud cover through the morning. After lunchtime, rain will begin to develop, and will continue to increase in coverage and intensity through Friday night. Heavy downpours could lead to localized flooding issues as we enter the weekend. Winds could also get gusty at times, which could lead to sporadic power loss/downed trees.
The rain will be on and off through the rest of the weekend as the remnant area of low pressure makes its way through the area. As of now, 2-4″ of rain with locally higher amounts could be possible for much of our area through Monday, though any shift in storm track could mean more or less.
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