Slow-moving storm brings rain for most of week

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[trib_ndn  wid=1 vid=25876683] (PIX WEATHER CENTER) — The work week begins dry and a little milder than Sunday.

Monday’s high temperature will reach the middle and upper 60’s but then drop into the 50’s along the shore, later in the day.

This may turn out to be the best of the week.

It will be rather damp and depressing starting Tuesday with periods of rain and drizzle breaking out.
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The wind off the ocean will not allow the mercury to get out of the lower 50’s.

On Wednesday, the heaviest rains will fall and it might not get above 50 degrees.

The threat of more showers and thunderstorms will continue on Thursday and Friday.

It will get milder though with temperatures getting back into the 60’s and 70’s.

This is all part of the system causing the severe weather outbreak in the Missouri and Mississippi Valleys Sunday evening.

It will not get nearly as severe around here but it is a very slow moving weather system and we will be stuck in it for several days.

Believe it or not, next weekend will get better but we still can’t rule out the chance of a shower or thunderstorm.

The trees and plants will love this upcoming week but we won’t.