Good late Sunday evening, everyone. Our Sunday didn’t turn out to be too bad. We had to start cold this morning with a little bit of patchy fog, but that didn’t stop from warming up into the lower 60s this afternoon. Once we hit the late afternoon and this evening, though, we had a batch of rain and t-storms work in. We’re not complaining, though. Not only did the storms behave and stay below severe levels, it’s rain that we need. If you’re catching the radar below late this evening or early Monday morning, we’re still getting that first batch of rain out of here…
One batch of rain is moving out while our next batch is getting ready to work in to start Monday morning out. Any possible t-storms with that batch will stay below severe limits and lead us into a bit of a rainy Monday. At least we can possibly get an additional half an inch to an inch out of the day ahead of us. How do we look for the first day of spring Tuesday? Any other rain chances in the forecast? I have you covered right below…
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Have a good night and a great Monday!
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