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Tracking one last dry day before a wet end to the week

TODAY: More sunshine is in store for Wednesday. Sunny skies and a breezy south wind will bump us back into the low-to-mid 70s this afternoon. Today's a great day to get out and enjoy the weather, as more rain is expected in the forecast Thursday.

TONIGHT: Clouds are on the increase after the sun sets, as more moisture works in ahead of rain chances tomorrow. Temperatures bottom out in the 50s overnight as winds continue out of the south.

EXTENDED: Thursday starts mild and cloudy, with rain starting to develop by mid-morning. Expect showers off and on through the midday and afternoon hours. This will keep temperatures in the low-to-mid 60s. More rounds of showers will likely move in overnight into Friday, where we approach upper 60s. What makes it in Friday will likely have some thunder element to it in the overnight and early morning hours, but severe weather is not anticipated with these. The chance for strong to severe storms, however, does return Friday afternoon. Another warm frontal push to the north puts us in an at least semi-favorable environment for thunderstorm activity. Friday isn't a homerun chance of severe weather locally, but it's something we need to watch closely as it develops in the forecast. The chance for storms wraps up Saturday morning, and we expect drier weather in store for Sunday, before more chances for rain next week.

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