Westside Gets Respite From Rain Sunday But There's More To Come

Rain to stop by this evening, more on the way next week

Rain to stop by this evening, more on the way next week

Rain continues tonight, with thunderstorms moving in from MS, as another main cluster of showers and storms moves in from farther west.

Temperatures start in the 50s and warm to the 60s this afternoon. It is still almost a week out, we will continue to track timing of the rain as we get closer to Saturday. Highs lower 70s. Rain chance 20%.

TONIGHT: Showers will be exiting the area this evening and we will begin to see a clearing trend as we head into tonight. Isolated areas, mainly in the snow belt have the potential to see above 2 inches due to Lake Effect snow. This cluster of rain will prompt a flooding threat in low-lying areas and thunderstorms could have some strong gusty wind with them as well.

THIS MORNING: Skies are cloudy with scattered light showers. A deep upper level low will keep a cool weather pattern across the region through the middle of the week. And light to moderate rain is better than heavy rainfall because it can soak into the soil.

Rain showers are expected on Saturday and Sunday as temperatures will reach the lower 50s both afternoons.

Pollen counts will likely be kept at bay Monday with shower chances being the highest, but counts are expected to rise with drier weather prevailing during the week. A cold front moves in from the northwest this evening and causes the breeze to increase overnight as it passes by.

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