Good Saturday to one and all. After another soaking on Friday, I’m tracking another round of heavy rain across the region today. This can cause some local high water issues for some, and is part of a very wet pattern that shows little sign of letting up.
There’s even the chance for some wet snow in the north.
Today’s rains will be heaviest across the south and east, which are the same areas still cleaning up from flooding earlier in the week:
A general 1″-2″ will be possible in these areas, so watch the creeks and streams and be prepared to move to higher ground.
What about the snow aspect with this system. Over the past several days, I’ve said I wasn’t impressed with the odds, even with the NAM showing a big hit last night. That said, there’s the chance for some slushy snows across the northern half of the state
That system moves through quickly, with Sunday looking good. Highs hit the 50s with a mix of sun and clouds. Showers and storms then increase Sunday night and Monday, kicking off a warm, windy and stormy week. Here’s the setup for just the first half of next week:
The flood threat will continue to be noted through all of next week, and likely into the following week. This is a super wet setup for our part of the world
Let’s track them one at a time, with today’s action being next on the list:
Make it a great Saturday and take care.