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Thursday Update: Heavy rain continues

2:30 p.m.: As you may have seen throughout the beginning of the afternoon, rain showers are coming and going. Some periods of rain will continue to be heavy through the rest of the afternoon and evening.

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The remnants of Tropical Storm Simon will continue bringing rain to the area through the rest of Thursday. Rain will keep temperatures in the cool 40s and 50s. The late afternoon and evening may see the heaviest rain of the day. Up to an inch and a half of rain is possible by the time Friday afternoon rolls around!

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Thursday evening is forecast to see the most intense rain of the day. It will feel very cool and breezy. The rain should start to let up a bit by midnight, but it won’t completely end. Rain is expected into Friday morning as well.

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Friday isn’t forecast to see as much heavy rain as Thursday, but thick cloud cover and moist ground will keep temperatures in the 50s again. Rain showers are expected to taper off by about 3:00 p.m..

Saturday is the choice day of the weekend. Conditions will rebound into the upper 60s and low 70s. Partly cloudy skies are forecast.

By Sunday, a cold front pushes in from the north bringing more rain and cool weather.

Monday will dry out again, but temperatures will still be a bit below normal. Monday night looks to get pretty chilly as well.

Tuesday should be about average, mid 60s, with sunnier skies.

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Fall has certainly arrived! Follow my twitter for up to minute weather information!

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