Here's how much rain you're expected to get this weekend

Posted May 13, 2017

Lows will be in the upper 50s with winds from the east between 10 and 15 miles per hour, with gusts to 20 miles per hour. Expect a mix of sun and clouds with temps climbing into the low 60s.

We're tracking yet another stretch of nice, tranquil weather across Northeast Kansas and the timing couldn't be any better.

Additional rain amounts of one-half inch are expected, and the rain will end from west to east soon after midnight tonight. Essentially the trough will split in two, with the northern section hooking up with a cut-off low coming out of the desert southwest.

Monday is a transitional day between the cool pattern we've been in for a couple of weeks and a much warmer pattern. The good news, we will be done with rain for the next few days!

Overnight temperatures range from the high 40s to low 50s. We should begin to see the rain fall in southern Arkansas in the late afternoon.

High tide on the ocean on Saturday will occur around 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. on the oceanfront.

Slight chance of showers will wrap up the weekend, near 40 percent throughout the GLOW region. Sunday afternoon the risk of showers remains, but the heavy rain will be done.

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Rain, rain, and, oh yes, more rain.

Forecasters predict the rain to peeter off on Sunday into Sunday night.

Today will be mild, despite the clouds.

The weekend storm takes shape in the middle of the country.

Rainfall totals be lowest in parts of northwestern New England, in Vermont, with higher totals along the coast.

And then on Wednesday and Thursday, as southwesterly winds pump in very warm air, the "summer switch" gets turned back on.