Tonight is bitterly cold again, with overnight lows in the lower 20s. Wind chills will be in the teens late tonight and early Sunday morning. Mostly cloudy skies can be expected for much of the day Sunday, however, much of the daylight hours will be dry.
A few sprinkles/areas of drizzle can’t be completely ruled out in the morning, but widespread, steady rain moves in after sunset. Highs will be a bit warmer, in the middle 40s. Rain will be ongoing for most areas throughout the night and into the day Monday. The day will begin with temperatures near 40° and climb into the low 50s. Although severe weather is not expected, localized flooding may become a concern with 24 hour rainfall totals between 1-3 inches.
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