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Tropical Depression Ophelia Brings Scattered Showers
Meteorologist Sarah Coleman shares what to expect as Tropical Depression Ophelia moves out.
Published: Jun. 24, 2020 at 4:32 PM EDT|Updated: 16 hours ago
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We are seeing clouds and some rain showers from Tropical Depression Ophelia. The clouds are keeping temperatures on the cooler side for the first day of fall as highs only reached the low to mid 70s. There are also breezy conditions that will continue through tonight as Ophelia continues her journey through the states. Temperatures will fall into the mid 50s tonight as cloudy conditions continue.

Clouds from Ophelia will continue tomorrow and keep highs in the low 70s. Temperatures could climb a little warmer depending on how much clearing we see in the evening as high pressure begins to build in. This high pressure will give us a couple breaks in the clouds for Monday, but won’t last long as another system moves in.

A system currently in the Dakotas will bring rain showers as we move into the middle part of the work week. Temperatures will climb to the mid 70s during the first half of the week as the system moves in. Once the showers and storms move in highs will fall back down to around 70 which is unseasonably cool for this time of year. Drier conditions are expected around Friday through this could change slightly as we get closer since we are still about a week away.

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