Highs today ran 71-77. Temperatures were higher were more sun appeared &/or less rain fell. Interestingly, like yesterday, little to no rain fell north of U.S. 24.
There are areas of clearing with a calm to light wind in the area. Given the moisture from the rain & temperatures now at the dew point, fog will or is developing. More clouds will come up from the south overnight, so the better potential of sustained, more widespread fog will be in the northern parts of the viewing area.
Showers have faded, but new showers will likely migrate northward into the southern half by sunrise. Lows tonight will run around 60 to the lower 60s.
One wave of rainfall will likely pass over part of the area in the morning-midday, followed by some sunshine poking through. This will bubble up numerous scattered showers & t'showers with coverage peaking at late afternoon-evening. Highs will run in the 70s (possible near/at 80 in the far north) with east-northeast winds & high humidity. Rainfall coverage tomorrow will be quite high with peak coverage at 70%.
Some pockets of +1" are possible tomorrow.
So, given rainfall coverage overall, the Disruptive Weather Index will be pretty high.
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