Rain expected later in week

Soak in whatever sun comes today, because the rest of the workweek will probably be wet.

By this morning, the nearly half-inch of rain from the weekend should have tapered off and the sun should be peeking through for a partly cloudy day, National Weather Service forecaster Dianna Henderson said.

However, the showers should be back Tuesday. Light rain will continue Wednesday, then become heavy Thursday and Friday, Henderson said.

Temperatures throughout the week should remain in the 50s during the day and drop to the 40s overnight, she said.

The wind should remain relatively consistent and calm at about 10 mph.

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