WEATHER STORY: Three lows the past few days have put a dent in our dry spell. Right now, the last two lows are stacked up to our south and will keep more rain coming north through Friday. Many towns have already received an inch and another inch or two could come by Friday night. There is a chance we'll dry up if not clear up for the weekend beginning Saturday.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: The sky will be mostly cloudy and there will be a 90% chance for more rain with a slight chance for embedded thunderstorms. Low temp should be near 39. The wind will be E 10-20 mph.
THURSDAY: The sky will be mostly cloudy and the rain chance will continue to be 90%. The high temp will be 47. The wind will be E 10-20 mph.
FRIDAY: The low pressure systems will bring us one more cloudy day with a 70% chance for a bit more rain. The low will be 42. The high will go to 53. The wind will be E 5-10 mph.
COMING UP: By Saturday, weak high pressure will arrive for the weekend to dry things out and bring at least partial sunshine. A new low and cooler temperatures, though, could bring a rain and snow mix to our picture by Monday. Meteorologist Dave Anderson will talk about that possibility Wednesday night on the CBS 3 evening news. Thursday morning, meteorologist Kaitlyn Moffett will track the rest of this week's rain chances on the early news from 5-7 a.m.