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Showers continue to move in tonight with light to moderate rainfall overnight. It will be wet and windy tomorrow!
- Light to moderate rain continues to moves in. It will be windy up in the Foothills/Mts. with wind gusts as high as 60 MPH. The rest of us could see wind gusts up to 30-40 MPH tonight and tomorrow as the system approaches.
- It will be a wet start to the work week with periods of rain throughout the day. Expect wet roadways during the morning and afternoon commute and, at times, low visibility. It will be very windy up in the Foothills/Mts with gusts up to 60 MPH during the day and overnight into Tuesday morning.
- Keep rain gear handy. Scattered showers are expected becoming steady for the afternoon commute home. Highs in the mid-upper 60s.
- Clouds stick around but the rain will begin to lighten up a bit. Not a washout for your Wednesday with highs in the mid-upper 60s.
- Showers will be limited towards the end of the work week with potential breaks in the cloud cover! Highs will warm into the mid-60s.
- We'll see some sunshine for the end of the work week with a few passing clouds. There's a chance for rain, especially the second half of the day.
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