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Tuesday night’s rain ends by Wednesday morning, more chances for rain are in the extended forecast

It was a mild day Tuesday with 60s and 70s for highs under mostly cloudy skies.  Quincy hit 73 degrees for a high which is 13 degrees above average for the time of year.

Showers and even some storms have tracked across the Tri-States this evening. The cold front is pretty much through most of the viewing area but rain and some thunder will continue into the overnight hours.

Some areas have seen times of heavy rainfall as some of the stronger cells have moved through the region thus far Tuesday evening.

More heavy rain will continue to be possible as well overnight.  Clouds will remain locked overhead tonight with lows in the 40s.

Wednesday is Halloween and skies will be mostly cloudy with a limited chance of a rain shower possible.

Highs will be in the middle 50s Wednesday afternoon.

On Wednesday evening, the trick-or-treaters can expect a chance of rain with mostly cloudy skies and cool low 50s and upper 40s for temperatures.

Thursday will be partly sunny to mostly cloudy with a chance of rain on tap once again and 50s for highs.

Friday through Sunday some chances of rain each day with 50s for highs. 

Monday and Tuesday look like healthier chances for rain as a series of lows track over the Tri-States.  

Watch WGEM News Today and Meteorologist Jeremy Ledford starting at 5:00 AM on Wednesday morning for the latest forecast data as you begin the day!

~ Mike Cole, WGEM Chief Meteorologist

Mike Cole

Mike Cole is the Chief Meteorologist on the WGEM StormTrak weather team. You can watch his forecasts each evening on WGEM News at Five PM, Six PM, and Ten PM.

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