👠Rebecca is tracking widespread rain, here's when it finally dries out
Widespread rain will stick around through 9p.m. for most of our area, drying out faster north of the state line and along and to the west of Highway 301. General rainfall amounts from this evening will be an additional tenth of an inch to a quarter of an inch. There will be a few hot spots with higher rainfall amounts.
The rain will be pushing offshore after 9 this evening and overnight, the cold front behind the rain will move through. Expect building winds out of the northwest to around 15 mph. The skies will clear out and the temperatures will drop quickly into the chilly low 40s.
Thursday will be sunny, breezy, and chilly. We will only make it into the upper 50s for a daytime high with winds out of the northwest between 12-17 mph.
Thursday night we expect an inland freeze, with temperatures ranging from 28-32° to the west of I-95. In town we will get down into the mid 30s and along the coastline we will see upper 30s, low 40s.
Friday moves from freezing temperatures into the low 60s under mostly sunny skies with northwest winds around 10 mph.
Saturday starts out in the chilly low 40s and warms up into the cool low 60s under mostly sunny skies. Winds will pick up, out of the northwest, between 12-17 mph.
Sunday is the last day of this stretch of chilly weather, waking up in the upper 30s and warming up into the cool mid 60s under sunny skies.
Monday we are back in the mid 70s and Tuesday we are back in the upper 70s.