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FORECAST UPDATED 4:40 PM SUNDAY

A few of us saw a few rays of sunshine early this morning before the clouds filled back in across the region. A storm system to our south has been choking off the moisture flow from the Gulf of Mexico making showers a little less likely as we head through the day today. We'll see mostly cloudy skies with high temperatures in the upper 40s and low 50s.

The rain will slowly make it's way north later this evening and into tonight with a few rumbles of thunder possible. Rain could be heavy at times. Winds will be breezy out of the northeast at 10-15 mph gusting into the 20s at times, with low temperatures in the mid 30s.

As the storm system tracks across the region Monday, scattered rain chances will carry us through the day as highs make their way into the mid to upper 40s. Once the system departs later Monday night, rain may mix with some snow showers as temperatures cool to near freezing.

Lingering showers will begin our Tuesday, but will eventually taper off during the day. Highs will still be cooler in the mid 40s, but we'll begin a warming trend as we head through the latter part of the week into the weekend. Sunshine returns in the forecast on Wednesday with a small chance for showers Thursday. The weekend is looking great with sunshine and high temperatures back in the 60s.

Have a great day!

Ryan Sandberg



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