STORM WATCH: Heavy rain possible through the evening; temps drop quickly overnight

Heavy rain is possible into the evening. A wind advisory is in effect until 4 a.m.

Dave Curren

Feb 28, 2024, 11:38 AM

Updated 47 days ago


ALERTS: Wind advisory until 4 a.m. Thursday. Winds expected to gust to near 50 mph.
TONIGHT: On-and-off showers with the possibility of some heavy rainmakers later tonight. Rainy situation until 8 p.m. After that, the rain quickly exits toward the east. Gusty winds really start to crank, this time from a different (colder) direction. Temperatures will drop and fall quickly. It looks like a 30-degree drop in 12 hours. Nothing record-breaking, but the drop will be noticeable.
THURSDAY: Sun and clouds, windy and colder. Daytime high around 42 degrees.
The skies are clear for Thursday night. Winds let up so temperatures will drop a little more. Overnight lows in the low- to mid-20s.
FRIDAY: Mainly sunny with some late-day clouds. Temperatures rebound back to the upper-40s. Friday night, the clouds collect quickly and there will be some showers developing.
WEEKEND: Light showers, but showers nonetheless for Saturday. Daytime highs around 50 degrees.
Sunday is the better day of the weekend - nothing but sunshine and 60-degree highs.

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