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Rain continues tonight, with thunderstorms moving in from MS, as another main cluster of showers and storms moves in from farther west.
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There is a higher-than-normal level of uncertainty with this forecast and we will continue to refine the details as we get closer to Monday. We could still see a few showers in our northern counties during the morning, but the more widespread rain comes during the afternoon. As the storm system pulls offshore there is a slight chance that we could see frozen precipitation late Monday.
After the front passes, a stray shower will still be possible through the rest of Sunday with mostly cloudy skies. Highs Tuesday through Thursday will only rise to the low 50s, and in some spots, the upper 40s. The storm will wind down and pull away by Monday afternoon. Rain totals will likely amount up to a half inch. An isolated thunderstorm is possible.
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A switch-over to snow will happen in the mountains Sunday night.
Areas of light rain are already moving this morning.
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A LOOK AHEAD: A First Alert Weather Day will remain in effect for Monday as the low pressure system starts to strengthen offshore. While it won't be almost as windy as it was to begin last week, they will keep our temperatures in the low to mid 40s Monday and Tuesday. This could lead to high seas, coastal overwash and flooding. The rain and clouds will move out Monday night as cold, dry air settles over the Midlands.