Calm Monday Before the Storm

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Dry weather continues Sunday night into Monday, but high temperatures will warm up a bit. Temps will be back into the mid to upper 50s Monday afternoon.

The warmer temperatures continue Tuesday as a warm front moves through in the early afternoon. The warm front will also bring the first wave of showers associated with a strong storm, which will move through Tuesday evening into Wednesday. This storm will bring heavy rain, windy conditions and lower snow lines. Rain fall totals will be around 0.5­-.75 inches inland and .75-1.25 inches along the coast. Wind gusts we be around 30-40 mph inland and 50-60 mph along the coast. Snow lines will be around 5,500 feet through Tuesday evening until the cold front moves through overnight and drops them to around 2,000 feet. Once colder air pushes in, snow totals will be around 3­-6 inches above 2,000 feet (higher amounts at the higher elevations)

Showers wrap up Thursday as the storm pushes east; most areas will remain dry with mostly cloudy skies and highs in the low to mid 50s.

Have a wonderful week!
Meteorologist Marisa Woloszyn

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