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Friday: Rain moves out in the VERY early morning hours, but the winds will be at their strongest as the rain subsides. Gusts up to 45-50mph are possible from 2AM-7AM. Winds will then subside slightly for the rest of the day, but still remain breezy with gusts up to 40mph possible. Showers look to stay mainly in the mountains on Friday.
Saturday: The remnants of a typhoon in the Pacific will bring in the next wave of heavy rainfall on Saturday. Right now it looks like some rain overnight Friday, moving out early Saturday morning, then rain picking back up again Saturday afternoon and lasting through the night. Winds aren’t expected to be as strong as Friday, with gusts more likely around 35mph.
7 Day Forecast: Unsettled and rainy weather looks to continue through much of next week as well with chances of rain Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Temperatures will likely stay consistent in the 50s during the day and 40s overnight.