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April 4, 2016 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

April 4, 2016

Time flies when you’ve got baseball to cover, so thanks to a lack of said time, here’s a short look at the forecast.

In the near term, clouds will increase this afternoon, then we’ll have a few light rain showers tonight. We’ll clear out tomorrow and Wednesday, before rain and possible storms arrive Wednesday night into Thursday. Here are a few more details:

Tonight-Cloudy and windy, with a few light rain showers this evening. Low 38.

Tuesday-Decreasing clouds. High 55.

Tuesday night-Mostly clear. Low 28.

Wednesday-Mostly sunny. High 65.

Thursday-Cloudy, with rain and thunderstorms likely. High 53.

Friday-Rain showers likely, cloudy and cold. Highs near 50.

I’ll have more details on the late week rain situation tomorrow afternoon. Have a great evening…Go Rebels!

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