Rainy start Tuesday; near record high temperature expected

NOW: Rainy start Tuesday; near record high temperature expected

It's foggy and rainy Tuesday morning. Rain gear will be nice out the door, as we could have a few good downpours. Rain showers become less widespread and more scattered this evening.

We could break a record high temperature today. The previous record is 60 degrees on January 3, 2004.

Because it is warm, we do have a chance for a thunderstorm today, although no severe weather is anticipated.

Rain moves out of the area tonight/early Wednesday.

Temperatures fall through the day Wednesday, with morning temperatures in the upper 40s and ending in the lower 40s by evening. Another round of precipitation looks likely later in the day Wednesday. It may start as rain, but it will turn to a rain/snow mix as temperatures drop.

It looks likely that we'll see some snow showers Thursday. Temperatures continue to cool into the 30s Thursday and Friday. 

Today: Rainy, foggy. Thunderstorm possible. High 60.

Tonight: Scattered showers ending late. Low 43.

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. Falling temperatures. Mixed precip late in the day. High 45.

Thursday: Snow showers. High 34.


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