All eyes are on the remnants of Tropical Storm Bill through the Father's Day weekend.
Though there will be some sun early Saturday, clouds will rapidly increase through the day. Temperatures will be in the lower 70s and showers move in late.
The remnants of Bill arrive Sunday. Heavy rain is possible in the morning, before it tapers to scattered showers later in the day.
Some indications are for several inches of rain, while other signs point to a soaker but not enough rain to cause issues. Currently, it would only take two to three inches of rain in a three hour period to cause flash flooding.
Humidity levels will surge to near oppressive levels on Father’s Day with temperatures stuck in the 70s.
Dry weather returns Monday, with temperatures in the 80s, but it doesn’t last. Clouds return Tuesday with the chance for showers.
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