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Grab the rain gear and get ready for an active week
Today: Periods of rain, Staying Cool: Hi 65
Grab the rain gear. We're kicking off the day wet with more rain on the way. At times the rain will be heavy but widespread flooding is not likely. Still need to watch low lying areas. Today, tomorrow and Wednesday will likely be wet. Temperatures holding steady in the 60s with lows only dipping into the 50s.
We're Weather Tuesday also with more rain chances. Plan on more time in between waves of rain though. That means each wave could be a bit stronger. Plan on more thunder Tuesday with slightly heavier rain.
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