Autumnal Equinox occurs today at 6:04pm, dry into early next week...

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Autumnal Equinox occurs today (Thursday) at 6:04pm. Sunset today is at 7:13pm, sunrise tomorrow is at 7:00am. The storm system is now east of us and dry weather will be the case into early next week with night/morning fog or even some low clouds. This system's rainfall also reduced the fire danger to low-moderate across most of the state. We got 0.20" of rain.

Next chance of light showers may be next Wednesday and possibly Thursday, but don't hold your breath. Friday Sept 30 is expected to be dry. October 1st or 2nd, the storm door should then open wide for decent fall-like storms to possibly pass through with some regularity.

Scroll down and check out the current drought numbers and the high temperature departure over the past 30-days (it's been warmer than normal).

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