WEATHER NOW: Rain Ramps Up This Weekend

Forecast

Another rather muggy night across the area but rain chances will hold off until later this weekend.

TONIGHT:

Expecting temperatures to fall down to the upper 60’s for overnight lows and muggy conditions as tropical moisture moves in.

TOMORROW:

Quite windy throughout the day on Saturday, with gusts over 30mph at times.

The best rain chances reside later Saturday night and into the day on Sunday when several inches of rain could fall.

THE WEEK AHEAD:

Rain ends by early Monday but the cooler air will be felt for sure.

Starting out in the mid 50’s for lows and highs in the mid 70’s for much of next week before another warm-up for the end of the month.

DROUGHT MONITOR:

The latest drought monitor was released Thursday, and little, if any, changes were seen on it. Abnormally dry soil remains for most of our northern locations, with a moderate drought persisting for spots near and north of I-74. Some changes could be on the way though with a wetter forecast ahead for next week.

LONG-TERM FORECAST:

Most of the area is expected to be a warmer and wetter heading towards the start of October.

– Meteorologist Adam Claibon

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