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SOME FROST AND A WARM UP....

Mother Nature gave us just what we needed in time for Mother's Day. Some beneficial rain fell on Saturday. Here's a look at the final tally:

Some of the heaviest rain fell in places that have been getting the most rain lately and missed the drought stricken areas. However, many dry/drought areas received rain which will help, just won't solve the drought.

Then we got into sunshine sunshine Sunday and that will continue Monday with temperatures still below normal:

Since we're still on the cool side we have the potential again for frost. Now this is late in the season, but not unusual. Nighttime temperatures in the 30s are still common until mid-May, it just depends on if the conditions are there for frost to form. Temperatures will drop into the 30s and 40s Monday night into Tuesday morning: