RAIN AND THEN A SHOT OF COLD...
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Another round of rain is on tap for Thursday, but it won't be quite as much of a soaker as this past weekend's system. Light to moderate rain will be widespread through the day:
Rain will wind down from west to east early in the day Friday. When it's all said in done many areas will have picked up around a half an inch to and inch of rain:
The heavier rain will fall near and west of I-35, but it will still be a good drink of water for my local area.
There will then be an upper level system that moves in on Halloween that starts to draw down cooler air:
Halloween high temperatures:
Even colder air then rotates in early next week:
Monday's high temperatures:
Temperatures will likely remain below normal through the first week of November:
We'll likely also be drier during this time.