First Alert Weather: More heavy rain possible today

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Showers and storms are possible each day this week, with the best chance of rain and storms moving in on Friday and Saturday.

Starting Wednesday, our pattern will turn very wet as tropical moisture surges in from a disturbance now in the Gulf of Mexico. The risk of organized severe weather will remain very low. however. a strong storm, with more frequent lightning, gusty winds, and heavier rain can't be ruled out. Due to a lack of strong upper level winds support, the front will meander back and forth across the state through the weekend, keeping rain chances around. It may not be as unsettled with isolated afternoon showers and storms, with highs in the low 80's and lows in the mid 60's. The EURO is most bullish with a frontal passage while the American counterpart stalls the boundary to the north.

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Overnight lows only fall to around 70° in many spots. Not all will see the rain all at once, the storms will be scattered, with about 70 to 80 percent of us seeing rain at some point today.

Should be a dry day on Wednesday, with highs in the lower 80s.

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The setup will then feature rounds of showers and storms coming our way for the rest of the week. Each day as the sun sets, the coverage of showers will decrease, but with the air mass in place, showers are possible at just about any time.

Highs will return to the low 80s with more scattered showers and storms Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Highs in the low 80s.

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Severe storms are not expected.

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