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Heavy rain possible as temperatures will dip

The heavier rain will move in overnight Thursday and throughout Friday morning.

Posted: May 10, 2018 3:01 PM

Heavy rainfall could be on the horizon.
We will be tracking more showers and storms Thursday night and into Friday morning, which will lead to some areas picking up as much as another half inch to more than an inch.
The heavier rain will move in overnight Thursday and throughout Friday morning. Thanks to a stationary boundary setting up to our south, this will keep our temperatures incredibly cool.
Highs on Friday will only be in the upper 40's to the lower 50's. Overnight lows throughout the area will be in the lower to mid 40's.
Scattered showers without the heavy rain threat will persist periodically throughout Saturday as temperatures remain on the cooler side and only top out in the 50's for highs. The clouds will decrease for Mother's Day giving way to highs in the 60's.

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