Flood advisory and overnight rain ends; mild, dry weekend to follow

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Temperatures will warm to nearly 15 degrees above normal on Saturday.

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QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Flood advisory issued for Darke, Preble and Wayne (IN) counties
  • Rain ends overnight
  • Mild and dry weekend
  • Wet and windy Monday

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DETAILED FORECAST

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UPDATE @ 11:50 p.m.: A flood advisory issued for parts of Preble (northwest) and Darke counties until midnight has expired, the National Weather Service in Wilmington has announced.

OVERNIGHT: Rain will slowly begin to end after midnight to the southeast. Before then some areas of minor flooding are possible. Temperatures through the night will fall to the lower 30s.

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SATURDAY: A cold start to what will be a beautiful start to the weekend. Temperatures will rise to a high around 50 degrees under mostly sunny skies. Staying mainly clear into Saturday night and cold with lows back down around freezing.

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>> County-by-County Weather

SUNDAY: Plenty of sunshine early Sunday with highs clouds filling in through the day. Temperatures will warm to the middle 40 for the afternoon.

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MONDAY: Cloudy and mild for Monday with rain arriving into the afternoon. Winds will also increase and may gust up to 30-40mph at times. Temperatures will rise to a high in the lower 50s.

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TUESDAY: Temperatures will be falling from the 50s early into the 40s by evening. Clouds will linger with a few passing showers possible.

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WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, blustery and cold for Wednesday. A few passing rain or snow showers are possible as the northwest winds may pick up some moisture off of the Great Lakes. Highs for the day in the upper 30s.

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