Rain to start Thursday, continue through end of week

Candie Takacs of Kettering took photo on March 4, a frosty morning at her home in Kettering. She says, “The ice crystals were on my husband's truck window, so beautiful! The soft brown color on one side of the photo is a mirrored reflection of trees in our backyard.”
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Candie Takacs of Kettering took photo on March 4, a frosty morning at her home in Kettering. She says, “The ice crystals were on my husband's truck window, so beautiful! The soft brown color on one side of the photo is a mirrored reflection of trees in our backyard.”

Skies will be partly cloudy Wednesday, with highs around 60 degrees

Clouds will slowly increase after dark, for mostly cloudy skies beginning after midnight. Temperatures overnight will fall to around 48 degrees.

Beginning before dawn on Thursday, there will be a chance of showers, which will rise during the day for widespread showers in the afternoon. Highs will be around 61 degrees.

That rain is expected to continue throughout the night, with temperatures only dropping to around 53 degrees.

Friday will likewise be rainy through the daytime, with shower chances only slowly falling after dark.

The NWS predicted rain will continue to be likely until after midnight, though there will still be a chance of showers through dawn on Saturday.

Highs on Friday will be around 59 degrees, and lows will be around 50 degrees.

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