What a difference from yesterday.
Temperatures plunged nearly 40° from 24 hours ago thanks to our potent cold front that swept through.
As we move into the overnight the coldest temperatures will settle in.
We'll wake up Saturday morning in the teens and 20's with wind chills in the single-digits for some.
Thankfully, we'll warm up a little by Saturday afternoon with most everyone climbing back into the 40's. However, with the north wind still in play - feels like numbers will be in the 30's all day.
We'll see a mix of sun and clouds through the day with only a slim chance for rain down near the southern state line.
Our next rain maker moves in overnight Saturday into Sunday.
This will mark the start of another rainy few days for the Mid-State.
Widespread rain will be around pretty much from start to finish on Sunday. So, Saturday is the day to be outside if you can handle the cold temperatures.
Monday and Tuesday's rain chances range from 80%-100%.
We'll likely see an additional 2-3 inches of rain Sunday through Tuesday before seeing a break by mid-week.
The break doesn't appear to last too long as more rain moves back in by Thursday.
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