Wednesday Midday Update

Good afternoon, folks. Rounds of heavy rain and some thunder continue to work across the Commonwealth, but the focus is on a wild Halloween. A major temperature crash is on the way and this will give some areas the first taste of winter weather before the big day is finished.

Today’s rain comes at us in waves and we’ve already seen some areas with well over 1″ of rain. Local high water issues will be possible.

The cold air on Halloween continues to show up faster and faster. Watch how quickly the numbers drop into the 30s from west to east, with the 20s showing up Thursday night…

And those wind chills continue to look brutal…

As far as the chance for flakes is concerned, we continue to see this potential showing up a little better as we get closer. Watch the flakes fly on the Hi Res NAM…

Here are the areas the model thinks has a little snow flying at some point…

Again, it would just be a few flakes. but it’s awesome to see this early.

I will have another update later today, so check back. I leave you with your rain tracking toys…

Enjoy the evening and take care.


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3 Responses to Wednesday Midday Update

  1. TennMark says:

    Thanks Mr Bailey! So far, the closest lightning is in northern Alabama as well as in Arkansas near Memphis TN.

  2. TennMark says:

    Thanks Mr Bailey! So far, the closest lightning strikes are in northern Alabama as well as in Arkansas near Memphis TN.

  3. TennMark says:

    As I was getting ready to head out the door this morning in the chilly rain, a TWC crew reported Denver was only four degrees. Ouch! 🙁 Especially this early.

    And of course, Denver will be near 60 by this weekend. Crazy!

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