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KQ2 Forecast: A sunny Monday before rain chances return

Not a bad start to the new workweek. We'll see mostly sunny skies on Monday and temperatures will warm up a bit into the middle to upper 40s for highs.

Posted: Mar 11, 2019 7:40 AM
Updated: Mar 11, 2019 7:40 AM

Not a bad start to the new workweek. We'll see mostly sunny skies on Monday and temperatures will warm up a bit into the middle to upper 40s for highs.

We will have another chance of widespread rain on Tuesday through Thursday as another storm system pushes through. Highs will be back up to near, even above average in the middle to upper 50s. We could even reach the lowers 60s by Wednesday. Winds will be picking up by Wednesday, gusting up to 35-40 mph at times. With some standing water around from Saturday's rain and the recent snow melt, we could see some localized flooding, especially near rivers and creeks. We'll keep you updated.

Partly sunny skies are expected for Friday with much cooler air moving in by next weekend with below average highs in the lower to middle 40s. It's looking to be a really nice weekend ahead both on Saturday and Sunday with lots of sunshine.

 

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Rain chances return to the forecast today with scattered showers possible mainly throughout the day. Most of the day will end up being dry and cloudy besides a few isolated showers. The rain will be light with most areas seeing around a tenth of an inch of precipitation. Temperatures will remain below average today with highs in the mid to upper 60s. Rain chances will start to increase this weekend with scattered showers likely off and on through the day Saturday. A few thunderstorms could develop as well Saturday afternoon into the evening. The rain will be light to moderate on Saturday with most areas only seeing around a quarter inch precipitation. More moderate to heavy rain is set to move into the area Sunday and Monday with a few thunderstorms. Rain totals from Friday through Monday will likely be around 1-2 inches.
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