Sunday PM August 6th – A Chance to Dry Out After This Weekend’s Rain

Good Sunday evening, everyone. After our first interesting weekend of August 2017, many of you are probably hoping for a good chance to dry out. We need a chance to dry after this weekend’s rain left us with 2.5″ of rain on average. Needless to say, some spots were pushing 5 to 7 inches! Going into the rest of the night and into the morning, we won’t have any rain or t-storms sneaking in on the radar below…

Even though we stay quiet tonight, the rain we had this weekend will work with some clearing skies and a light breeze through the night. That’ll lead to fog across much of the area and some of the fog could drop visibility in spots down to a half mile or 3/4 of a mile. Once we get past the morning fog, we’ll keep things quiet for the next few days before t-storm chances want to return. I have the latest forecast updated for you below…

Don’t forget that Doug has your long-range forecast and latest thoughts on the pattern over at headypattern.com

Have a good night and a great Monday!

Nick

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