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Attorney Diana Childers, right, uses a plastic bag for shelter as she returns from lunch to her office on Main Street in Zephyrhills. Waves of heavy rain fell in the area for most of the afternoon. Below, heavy rains make it look like evening on U.S. 301 looking north from Clinton Avenue, just south of Dade City, about 1 p.m. Monday. By late Monday afternoon, rainfall amounts reported by Times weather watchers varied in the county, from 0.6 of an inch in Dade City to 1.95 inches in Zephyrhills. The rain is expected to continue throughout the county today, with showers and scattered thunderstorms and a high near 70. Temperatures should reach the mid 60s under a partly cloudy sky on Wednesday. Partly cloudy weather is expected to continue through Sunday with lows from 50 to 55 and highs from 70 to 75.