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Finally, some rain - and more could be on way
MONROE - The Green County area got some much needed rain and a taste of fall weather Sunday, Sept. 15, as almost three-quarters of an inch of precipitation fell and the high temperature registered just 60 degrees.

Weather Central reported .74 inches of rain fell Sunday. Last week, parts of Green County were classified as abnormally dry, and the northern portions of Green and Lafayette counties were listed as being in a moderate drought.

More rain could be heading this way later this week: The forecast calls for thunderstorms both Wednesday, Sept. 18 and Thursday, Sept. 19.

Also on tap are more seasonable temperatures, following two days in the mid-90s last week.

Today, Sept. 16, is expected to be clear with a high of 65. Tuesday, Sept. 17 will warm up to the low 70s. Wednesday's high is expected to be 77 degrees, while Thursday is predicted to reach 80.

See Page A6 for a complete forecast.