Nothing lasts forever, even cold November rain. The rain this morning will fade away quickly and should leave usury, just chilly this afternoon. But plan for quite a bit of that rain to start December that may be heavy on Tuesday. We can say goodbye to the 60s, but the cooler temperatures are just back to near normal. Nothing really cold in sight for us. However, the cooler temperatures make for a different end to our weekend than how it started. The same front will return with a surge of rain as a new storm forms off of the coast. But the early winter action remains across the central and northern US with another snow storm. It looks like the only flakes here could be flurries and mountains snow from that system after our mid week rain moves out.
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Here is a quick look at the radar simulation this morning plus the chilly afternoon remaining in the upper 40s to near 50°F. Below the forecast maps for the next storm complex on Tuesday.