Mainly dry for Election Day

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After a wet weekend we dealt with a few sprinkles today.  Scattered light rain and patchy fog are likely through Tuesday morning. We'll have a sprinkles on Tuesday but nothing that affect voter turnout. We'll have a better chance for rain on Wednesday and a few t-storms  will be possible. Dry weather will return Thursday and last through most of the weekend along with a warming trend. Right now all systems are go for a great Mini-Marathon with temperatures in the mid 50s Saturday morning.


Severe storms brought large hail and heavy rain this weekend.


So far this has been a wet Spring.

Election Day - 4 Panel Forecast

We'll have mainly dry weather for Election Day.

5-Day QPF

A half-inch of rain is likely later this week.

Regional Front Map1

Highs pressure will give us a dry Friday.

Regional Front Map2

Warmer weather is coming this weekend.

Regional Front Map3

We'll have a chance for t-storms late Sunday.


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