The steady, and at times heavy, rain is moving out of the Valley today. Left in its wake will be a few clouds and cool temperatures. Some sunshine later today should help temperatures reach the mid 60s - still well below average for this point in the season. Overall today, the rain chance is 20% and will diminish by lunchtime.
Tonight, a mostly clear sky will allow lows to dip into the mid 40s to start Thursday morning. More sunshine tomorrow means slightly warmer highs, but unseasonably cool nonetheless.
The next cold front is on tap for Saturday morning with rain showers arriving late Friday evening, just in time to dampen a few Friday Night Football games. That rain sticks around for the first half of Saturday. Expect a lovely and very chilly end to the weekend on Sunday with morning temperatures near 40 and highs near 60.
- Rain moves out, cool air lingers
- Colder air arrives as showers linger
- Chill lingers through Saturday
- Unseasonably cold arctic air lingers through mid-week
- Rain ends and colder air returns
- Rain ends tonight, colder air follows
- Dry today but rain moves in Saturday
- As snow and rain move out, winter storm brings in 'coldest air of the season'
- Rain holds off, thousands enjoy hot air balloons in Decatur
- Crisply cool with thin clouds