For the past several weeks, Cache Valley residents have tolerated the unusually wet weather.On Saturday, when precipitation cast a wet blanket — literally — over Logan’s Summerfest activities, many said they’d had enough of the rain and were ready for summer-like weather to start. As of Sunday morning, 0.14 inch of rain had fallen in the previous 24 hours according to the National Weather Service station at the Logan-Cache Airport, but is more rain in the forecast?The answer is yes, but summer-like conditions aren’t far away if the latest forecast is to be believed.According to the National Weather Service there’s a 70 percent chance for showers and thunderstorms throughout the day Sunday and a 50 percent chance into the evening. Highs are forecast to be near 70 with overnight lows near 49. Monday will bring mostly sunny skies with a high near 71, but the temperatures should gradually increase throughout the week until mid-80s become the norm.There are, however, chances of thunderstorms listed in the forecast in the latter part of next week, suggesting that Cache residents might not want to pack away the umbrellas just yet.
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