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May 9, 2008
Rain today and tomorrow, but Mother's Day looks better
Don't let the mild morning fool you -- it's about 50 degrees at 6:30 a.m., but the National Weather Service is forecasting a high of just 55. Depending where in the state you are, it may be raining already. We're in for nearly an inch today with winds from the northeast gusting up to 23 mph.
The rain should continue into tonight, when the temperature drops about 10 degrees to 45 and winds from the north gust as high as 33 mph. We may get another full inch of rain overnight.
But it doesn't stop there. More rain tomorrow morning, with clouds and breezy north winds gusting up to 33 mph.
Saturday may clear up, with low temperatures near 45 degrees and mild north winds.
Then -- maybe -- some relief Sunday, with sunny skies and a high temperature approaching 70 degrees.
Back to iffy weather on Sunday night, with cloudy skies, rain possible and low temperatures in the low 40s.
And we'll start the week the way we ended it: clouds, rain and a high temperature not even reaching 50.
To keep tabs on weather through the weekend, visit projo.com's weather page.
Posted by Brandie Jefferson at 7:01 AM | Permalink
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