We've kept our temperatures above the freezing mark this afternoon, and that's where it will stay this evening and overnight. That's going to keep the rain that falls as a liquid, as opposed to freezing on contact like we saw this morning.
Lows overnight will stay in the mid to upper 30s, rising gradually throughout Wednesday. We are going to see spotty showers until Wednesday afternoon, when the rain starts to pick up in intensity. The heaviest rain will be Wednesday afternoon into the late evening. Temperatures on Wednesday will be more seasonable in the mid to upper 40s.
By Thursday, the rain moves off and a strong wind starts to dry us out. Wind gusts could exceed 30 mph on Thursday with temperatures in the mid 40s.
We stay dry as we head in to the weekend with temperatures in the 50s by Saturday and Sunday.
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