Rainfall across the region will be about 1 inch. This rainfall will taper later Friday morning and we’ll have just a lingering shower or two in the afternoon. The p.m. drive will be much better than the a.m. one. We will likely even see a little sunshine later Friday afternoon and early evening.
Sunshine dominated both days, while highs jumped from 54 degrees Saturday to 68 degrees Sunday.
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The heavy rain and thunderstorms moved away Sunday, while the clouds and spotty showers hung tough in a few areas. That has kept our temperatures down again, but we still topped out at 60 degrees which again is above the average of 57 degrees.
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We often talk about extremes with weather, whether it’s big storms, too much rain, too little rain or record temperatures. Monday is quite the opposite. It’s a very average mid-March day.