Rain Chances Ramp up This Afternoon into Tomorrow Morning

Figure 1. Visible satellite snapshot with radar overlay. (College of DuPage)

Radar Check: Radar is currently quiet. However, that will change. Rain chances ramp up this afternoon and tonight. The latest HRRR and NAM suggest the main band of rain/thunderstorms will arrive around midnight.

Moderate to heavy rain is expected, with rain amounts of 1 – 3″. Minor nuisance flooding will be possible.

Fog: Visibility has improved along the coast so the dense fog advisory has been dropped.

Tomorrow: The front will move through during the first part of the day. During the second half of the day, skies will clear and cool, dry air will move in. We will have a high in the mid 60s.

Ample Sunshine: There will be plenty of sun this weekend. Temperatures will remain above normal (but lower than this past week), with a a a high of around 60 now anticipated Saturday, followed by mid 60s Sunday. Lows will be in 40s.

Early Next Week: Another front is progged to move through early during the early to middle half of next week, bringing a chance for rain back into the forecast. Dry conditions then look to return after.

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