TOMORROW'S STORM: RAINFALL TOTALS COULD REACH OVER 3"!

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By Erika Martin on June 12, 2013, 8:44pm Last modified: June 13, 2013, 5:43am

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A few clouds for the evening as a high pressure system stays put through the overnight, but a low moving from the west will keep Thursday rainy and unsettled, with a threat of flooding across the state. I think we'll see just under 3" of rain by tomorrow early afternoon, and wind gusts will pick up Thursday into Friday. The heaviest downpours should be between noon and 4PM tomorrow. Keeping some rain early Friday, and then a clearing with a quick batch of rain later on Friday, but all improves by Saturday once a high pressure ridge moves in. Leaving Saturday sunny with a few clouds on Sunday, and a low moves in to start the next week. Still think we'll see showers late night Sunday.

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-Erika

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