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Some rain and a lot of wind today

Rounding out November with an active pattern.


  • Rain continues this morning
  • Very windy through the evening
  • Another rain chance Tuesday/Wednesday

Lingering showers continue through the first half of our Sunday, along with quite a bit of wind. A wind advisory went into effect at 5am and lasts through 3pm due to wind gusts that will approach 40 mph. Half inch to an inch of rainfall looks likely by the time the rain clears out late this afternoon.

After the active end to our weekend, the clouds will be staying around on Monday with seasonably cool temperatures in the 50s. Our next shot at widespread rain and thunder arrives Tuesday evening and lingers through Wednesday. No big temperature change during this period until we reach Thursday, December 1st. We fall to the low 40s with clearing skies.

TODAY: Showers, with a thunderstorm possible. Continued Windy. High 58. Wind: SE 10-20 gusts to 40 mph.

 TONIGHT: Wind tapers and clouds stay around

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