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FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Scattered showers for Tuesday

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Scattered showers are ongoing across the Valley this morning. The rain could be heavy at times as it lifts from south to north. This activity will continue through around 9-10a. We should see a break from any steady rain through the midday hours. 

Skies will be cloudy this morning, but should be partly sunny this afternoon. Isolated, pop-up storms may develop as we heat up but these storms would be more hit-or-miss in nature than the morning rain. 

Highs will top out in the low/mid 80s with a south wind at 5-10 mph.  Any storms should wind down as the sun sets.  We’ll see partly cloudy skies overnight with lows dropping into the lower 60s.

Skies will be mostly cloudy Wednesday with scattered storms developing through the day. Highs should be in the lower 80s with lows that night falling into the low 60s. Thursday will be similar with rain/storms not being too widespread. The higher chance for rain comes in Friday. 

We may start the day dry, but showers and storms become more likely into the afternoon. The threat for severe weather appears low, but a few stronger storms are possible. The rain will also be heavy at times with many seeing at least 1-2” locally higher amounts are possible. 

Showers could linger into Saturday, but should wrap up through the day. Highs will stay in the mid 70s with Friday’s rain, but should be back to near 80° Saturday. 

Skies will become mostly sunny Sunday with highs into the lower 80s. We should be dry to start the next work week with temperatures getting warmer. In fact, highs may approach 90° mid/late week.

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