First Warning Forecast: A strong cold front will make for a rainy Sunday

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Posted at 7:04 PM, Oct 31, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-01 14:27:50-05

First Warning Forecast

A strong cold front will pass through the area this afternoon and evening.

This afternoon will be the wettest part of the day with pockets of heavy rain at times. In addition, there's an isolated risk for one or two storms to become strong-to-severe with winds capable of damage. The storms will generally move from west to east and clear out to sea by dinner time.

Today, warming up to the mid/upper 60s ahead of the front before turning much cooler and windy overnight into Monday. Wind chills will make it feel like (32º) Monday morning. 50s, yet feeling like the 40s during the afternoon due to strong northwest winds.

Election Day: 30s with clear skies during the morning with sunshine throughout the afternoon with temperatures warming to near 60. Warming into the 70s for mid and late week with our next best rain chance Friday and Saturday.

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