Chief Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs breaks down the timing and impacts of rain moving in Friday.

Showers expected to develop late in the day Friday


  • Showers arrive on Friday
  • Warmer than normal weekend
  • More rain on Monday

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TONIGHT: Mainly clear skies will continue tonight with temperatures falling through the 30s to an overnight low around 30 degrees, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said. 

A light breeze will bring wind chills into the 20s all night. 

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FRIDAY: Clouds increase from the south as a storm system approaches. Showers will develop late in the day, especially along, and south, of Interstate 70. While the rain moves in, milder air also moves in, with highs reaching the middle 40s. Showers will taper off Saturday morning with temperatures in the lower 30s.

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SATURDAY: Mostly sunny during the day with highs nearing 50 degrees.

SUNDAY: Plenty of sunshine early then clouds increase late in the day. Temperatures will reach a high in the upper 40s.

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MONDAY: Another system moves into the area, bringing rain during the second half of the day. Winds will pick up and it will be mild with highs in the lower 50s. 

TUESDAY: Chance for a few lingering showers early, but clouds will break. It will be a windy day with falling temperatures. Temps will start in the 50s early but will cool into the afternoon. 

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