Plenty of rainfall has fallen across the region, upwards of 6” in some areas since yesterday afternoon. After the storms pass through this evening, we’ll dry out for your Sunday morning with lows in the upper 50s to lower 60s with a short reprieve from rain. However, another area of low pressure will move eastward reintroducing storms late Sunday, giving us a chance of possible severe weather through Monday. The main threats right now appear to be damaging winds, but the specifics are yet to be nailed down. Monday morning lows will be near 60 and highs will be near 70. We may see another 1-2” of rain before all is said and done when final cold front finally passes through Tuesday morning. Highs Tuesday will be near 70. Come Wednesday we’ll become mostly sunny with highs in the mid 60s and lows in the mid 40s. We’ll stay sunny through the end of the work week with highs Thursday in the lower 60s. As the weekend arrives, we’ll start to see morning lows near freezing with highs in the mid to upper 50s.
- Storm Team Intern Meteorologist Brandon Daly