Published: Wed, June 07, 2017
Medical | By Sammy Miller

Sunny but showers in sight this week in the north valley

Sunny but showers in sight this week in the north valley

The chance of precipitation is 60 percent, with less than a tenth of an inch of rain possible.

Charleston-area residents are in for a cloudy start to their work week.

The skies won't be clearing up on Tuesday but luckily there won't be thunderstorms. Expect partly cloudy skies overnight Tuesday.l It will stay cool with lows around 50° by daybreak Wednesday. Overall rainfall totals should be light.

Today marks the final day of solid rain chances as an upper level trough moves east across the region. That doesn't mean we'll return to pleasant weather immediately, however. Forecasters are looking at mostly cloudy skies, plenty of showers and highs only into the low to mid 60s for Saturday and Sunday. That's 15 to 20 degrees below normal for early June. Temperatures will be quite warm. Not a awful day, but certainly still below seasonal norms. As the pattern has been for the last several nights, showers and storms across the area will taper off as we head into the evening hours.

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View the current weather conditions at The Washington Post. Maybe some coastal flooding too.

But did we mention you'll have to be patient?

Temperatures will bounce upward before, during, and after the weekend.

There's at least a 50 percent chance of rain until Thursday, which will see an expected high of 85 degrees. While the area-wide forecast calls for the possibility of thunderstorms on Friday, the Wyandotte County forecast does not list a chance of rain at this time.

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