Overcast conditions will persist across the region throughout the day with below average temps. The day will be dry for the most part but some showers are possible, ecspeccialy across our southern zones, these showers will be mostly light and scattered. The sun will also not make an appearance on Saturday, as a more organized system passes to our south. This will allow for our first substantial rainfall in quite some time.
Rain looks to break out tomorrow evening and persist through the day on Sunday with up to an inch of rain possible. An inch or rain would be almost half of the rain we have seen in the last 60 days to put just how dry it’s been into perspective. Parts of our region are now once again on the drought monitor, so this rainfall is welcomed.
Latest updates on the wildfire show that the fire is now completely contained, with the final numbers of around 2000 acres scorched by the fire. Hopefully the incoming rainfall combined with the greening out of spring vegetation will bring an end to the fire danger across the region. Everyone have a great day and thanks for checking in with us!