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FIRST WARNING FORECAST











Saturday, the last day of April was very pleasant, even though skies started to cloud up temperatures managed to get into the 60s. The increasing clouds are associated with an area of low pressure and its associated fronts heading our way. 

By Sunday morning occasional rain will spread our way with the rain becoming rather steady by afternoon through early tomorrow night as the low's warm front tries to make a run at us (but won't clear through the area). The rain will taper to scattered showers Sunday night before more steady rain redevelops by Early Monday as the low and its cold front head our way. By Monday night the rain tapers to showers and then end. High temperatures for both Sunday and Monday will be about 5-10° BELOW normal due to the clouds and wet weather.

Tuesday will be dry and milder as high pressure briefly moves in with dry weather and some sunshine. Highs this day near normal in the 60s. Most of Wednesday should seasonable and dry but more showers will return by late in the day. Thereafter for Thursday through next Saturday low pressure is forecast to both develop over the Eastern US and move very slowly thus a prolonged period of unsettled weather is quite likely with more periods of rain on Thursday and scattered showers through next Saturday.

Andy Gregorio