PM Update: Some Showers Pass, More Coming
Warmer, more showers possible, Thursday
An area of light to moderate showers that passed through during the morning into mid-afternoon has departed, leaving some more scattered activity in its wake. Rainfall has generally been around .25" or less, with highest totals in the western suburbs where some spots have seen a bit more. Temperatures remain stuck in the 60s, about 15 degrees below average for the date. If headed out, prepare to dodge a shower or two through evening.
Through Tonight: Off-and-on showers continue through evening and into the overnight, some possibly heavy after midnight. Temperatures stay fairly constant, dropping a few degrees off daytime highs back toward the low-and-mid 60s. A general additional .25" looks good, though with showery precipitation some spots can see more and others less.
Tomorrow (Thursday): Mostly cloudy with more showers expected. Some clearing is possible late, but scattered afternoon thunderstorms may get in the way of that. Warmer air will try to make a run at us, so highs will rise back to near 80 -- closer to average numbers for June. Additional rainfall between .1-.25" is possible, with some spots seeing more if they get a thunderstorm late in the day.
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