Rain showers will develop in our southern counties Saturday morning and spread north Saturday afternoon, with a steadier and heavier rain expected later Saturday night; total rainfall into Sunday morning should be a half inch to an inch or so. Temperatures will be milder than average over the weekend with the warmest period coming late Saturday night into Sunday morning before turning cooler Sunday afternoon. Sunday will be very windy with gusts to as high as 55 miles per hour possible as a strong area of low pressure passes by to our north. Next week will be colder than average but little if any precipitation is expected.
High wind watch Sunday 7 am until Monday 7am, winds can gust to 55 mph
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, low 30.
Saturday: Cloudy, breezy, rain showers south of Interstate 70 morning spreading north afternoon, high 45.
Saturday night: Cloudy, breezy, rain especially after midnight, fog, temperatures rising from around 45 degrees at midnight to the low 50s Sunday morning.
Sunday: Predawn rain tapering to stray showers morning, clouds mixing with sun, windy with gusts to 55 mph possible, early high 55, temperatures falling into the 40s afternoon.
Sunday night: Partly cloudy, windy, low 23.
Monday: Sun and clouds, breezy, high 36.
Monday night: Variable clouds, low 19.
Tuesday: Clouds and sun, high 33.
Tuesday night: Variable clouds, low 19.
Wednesday: Clouds and sun, high 33.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low 19.
Thursday: Sun and clouds, high 38.
Thursday night: Partly cloudy, low 21.
Friday: Sun and clouds, high 42.
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