High pressure remains over the region this morning, but we have a few disturbances that may give us a little of some much needed rain.
A line of showers and storms have developed west of I-29 this morning and is moving to the ESE at around 35 MPH. Thinking this morning that this will move to our SW, but it may hold up enough to give us a shower this afternoon. Otherwise, look for a mainly dry day with partly cloudy skies and a high of 83. Winds will be from the S 10-15 MPH. Our best chance for rain will be tonight as showers and storms move into the area. Storms are not expected to be severe. Low of 64 with SSE winds 10-15 MPH. While these may linger into the morning tomorrow, most of the day will see clearing skies with a high of 81. It will be a little breezy with winds SSE 10-25 MPH.
Saturday looks fantastic with plenty of sun and highs in the mid 80's. It then cools down by about ten degrees for Sunday with another chance for rain. Much of next week will remain dry with highs mainly in the upper 70's.
Average High: 84° Average Low: 62°
Record High: 93° (1976) Record Low: 52° (1955)
Month's Precipitation: 1.10"
Sunrise/Sunset: 5:55 AM / 8:49 PM
KEYC News 12 Meteorologist Jack Gerfen
PARTLY CLOUDY / SHOWER
PARTLY CLOUDY / AM T-SHOWER
PARTLY CLOUDY / T-STORM
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