We end January on a wet note. Rain has moved in and will linger through Sunday morning, with heavy rain early. Temperatures remain well above freezing, so there won’t be any wintry impacts on your commute to church Sunday morning, but the umbrella still might get some use.


The afternoon will see the rain wind down, but the winds will ramp up. Winds will switch out of the northwest at around 15-20 mph as the cold front approaches. Temperatures should be still in the mid to low 40s, but continue to cool quickly as skies begin to clear and colder air settles in after sunset.


It’ll be a chilly start to the work week with temperatures getting down to the teens and low 20s Monday morning.  We will warm back up mid week, though, before another cold front heads our way later in the week. Showers could be possible early Thursday morning.


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