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We have a couple storm chances these next few days

SUNDAY: We’ll wake up to some pretty chilly temperatures, so grab that jacket heading out the door this morning. We attempt to warm up, but only look to manage the low to mid 60s this afternoon. We’ll see spotty showers develop this afternoon, but the more meaningful rainfall will hold off until well into tonight.

TONIGHT: We’ll be tracking yet another boundary into the region late tonight, which will lead to showers and thunderstorms breaking out. We’ll see our rain chances increasing from west to east this evening, and really ramp up after midnight. Moderate to heavy rainfall can be expected, with a few rumbles of thunder. As these storms move in, there may be an intense cell capable of producing some small hail, but that seems to be the extent of the severe threat tonight.

EXTENDED: Rain will likely be greeting us as we head out the door to work or school Monday. Things taper off into Monday afternoon, giving us a bit of a break in the action. The cold front responsible for the morning rain will slow down, stall, and eventually migrate back north as a warm front, setting the stage for what could be an active day Tuesday. We’ll see more showers and thunderstorms Tuesday, and with some ingredients coming together, we look like we’ll see some sort of severe threat, with all modes on the table. Rain will linger into Wednesday and portions of Thursday, with many of us in the viewing area picking up 1.5-3″, with the higher amounts looking northwest. Highs this week stay in the 70s. Be sure to check back on-air or online as this forecast is a fluid one this week.

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