Flooding Starts A Colder Day

Good Thursday, everyone. Torrential rains will pull away from the region early this morning, but the  high water issues will remain for a while. As the rain moves our, a quick-hitting shot of arctic air pushes in for the next few days. This takes us into a much needed dry period for the weekend.

Flood Warnings are out for several areas of the state to start out Thursday. Here’s a look at the current warnings…

Here are your radars to track the early day action…

Colder winds are blowing across the region today with an arctic front arriving by late this afternoon. That may have a rain or snow shower alone it, with the cold air surging in behind it. Temps by Friday morning drop into the teens with a few wind chills in the single digits. Highs on Friday range from the upper 20s to the middle 30s, depending on where you are.

After another morning in the teens, Saturday turns much better with a mostly sunny sky showing up. Temps hit 50 in the west and into the 40s for the rest of the state.

Sunday looks like a great day with highs in the 50s and a mostly dry sky.

Temps come up for Monday and Tuesday as we await another cold front dropping in. Showers and a few storms will be along and ahead of the front. As it passes, there’s a pretty cold looking pattern settling in. Can it bring some winter weather? We will need to watch for a few southern systems later next week…

I will have updates later today. Make it a good one and take care.

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4 Responses to Flooding Starts A Colder Day

  1. Rodger in Dodger says:

    Rodger is seeing some other forecasters saying factors like the EPO, ABC & XYZ could line up later this month to give us some snowy weather. Fingers crossed that we can get just one big snow! Rodger in Dodger

  2. Cold-Rain says:

    Looks like a interesting time period..NW shift..Worth watching in the coming week to see if it holds..


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