Showers linger tomorrow, wet snow and high winds could lead to power outages
DAMP, WINDY AND CHILLY:
Tonight: Mostly Cloudy, rain/snow Showers – Low 36
Tuesday: Mostly Cloudy, Stray Rain and Snow Showers – High 48
Wednesday: Mostly Sunny – High 59
Thursday: Cloudy with rain showers - High 58
WEATHER STORY: Windy conditions persist along with some rain/snow showers. Temperatures remain well below average as we dip into the 30's.
RAIN TAPERING: The heaviest rain is behind after seeing 2" of rain in many spots! Still watch for flooding roads, especially in low lying and poor drainage areas. Gusty winds and saturated ground could also lead to trees and wires being down, resulting in isolated power outages so make sure you are weather ready.
LOOKING AHEAD: Shower chances linger for tomorrow, there could even be a few wet snowflakes mixing in as we stay stuck in the upper 40's. Temperatures will rebound a bit to the mid and upper 50's during the week. Rain returns on Thursday Mild and dry as we kick-off the weekend.
- Meteorologist Tom Russell
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