Soggy Start & Nice Finish to the President’s Day Weekend

The weekend’s kicking off on a wet note.  We’ll see quite a bit of improvement tomorrow & Monday, though.

4WARN Live Doppler Radar shows a solid shield of rain sliding toward the north.


This batch of wet weather should last 1-2 hours in any one given area, once it moves in.  Once it exits, precipitation this afternoon and this evening will be much more patchy/isolated.  This afternoon, we could even see a few peeks of sunshine.  SO….clearly, the morning hours will mark our wettest time today.


This view shows where the back edge of steady rain is.


Temperatures now are in the lowermost 50s.


This afternoon, many areas will climb into the lowermost 60s.


FUTURECAST shows the evolution of rain today, nicely.  Notice how the steadiest rain is out of the area by noon, as noted above.  This evening, only patchy showers are likely as clouds linger.

Tomorrow, count on low clouds and even some fog during the early morning.  Then, as the morning progresses, sunshine will return.



Monday/President’s Day will be the opposite of tomorrow in the sense that it’ll start off mostly sunny.  However, clouds will move in during the afternoon and evening.


Get an update on this forecast on Channel 4 News Today…between 9am and 10am.  Daphne DeLoren will have another look at it on Channel 4 News at 5pm.


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