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Updated: 9 hours ago · Forecaster: KOWALSKI
A massive area of low-pressure moving inland today will spread rain throughout the entire forecast area. Most spots will see anywhere to a quarter to half an inch of rainfall today, with some spots even closing in on an inch. The rain will last through tomorrow as colder air arrives on the backside of the system, with snow possible tomorrow afternoon, though amounts will remain light. A one-two punch of systems will be the focus going into the weekend. The first storm will spread light snow and rain throughout the region, while the second, more powerful one will have the chance to bring significant snow next week.
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