PM Update: More Needed Rain Arrives Tonight
Showers and raw conditions persist Tuesday
Scattered sunny breaks in the high clouds of today are now being replaced by lowering and thickening clouds in advance of a series of storms that promises to keep us wet off and on for the next two days. Temperatures have not risen too much off their chilly start and are settling into the low 50s for highs. Dry weather should persist into the evening before showers arrive tonight.
Tonight: The dry air mass still in place will help hold most of the rain off till later tonight, though a shower is possible by late evening. More widespread activity should arrive within a few hours of midnight and then continue into the morning. Most locations should see .25"-5" of rain overnight.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): Intermittent rain is likely throughout the day on Tuesday, though much of it should be light. Thanks to the continued cloudiness and precipitation, highs will be fairly uniform near 50 or maybe into the low 50s. Additional rainfall around .25-.5" is possible during the day tomorrow.
See Jason Samenow's full forecast through the weekend.
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