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Summary: High pressure will remain in place today. An area of low pressure will move by to our southeast tomorrow into tomorrow night. Low pressure will persist over the east coast through Monday.

Low pressure will move towards our area tonight and tomorrow, bringing more rain back to the state. Before it does, expect a mostly sunny day today with highs in the mid 70s.

Rain will develop late tonight, continuing through the day tomorrow. Rainfall totals by tomorrow evening will be between 0.50 and 0.75″ with spots over an inch, especially across southern and eastern parts of the state. It will be chilly and breezy, highs will be in the mid to upper 50s and winds will gust to 25 mph at times.

Rainfall Totals by Sunday Morning:
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Rain will taper off to showers tomorrow night and scattered showers will be possible Sunday into Monday before high pressure builds back in on Tuesday, leading to drier conditions.

Temperatures will climb next week, warming from the 70s Monday and Tuesday, to around 80 Wednesday.


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