Flash Flood Watch continues

Good Wednesday, folks. Another big rain event is unfolding across the region today as rounds of heavy rain and storms roll in. These storms may also be on the strong side by this evening.

The setup is there for a general 1″-3″ of additional rain to fall by Thursday morning. This will cause flooding and flash flooding to develop across parts of the state. Here’s your Flash Flood Watch…

This continues to be part of an amazingly wet stretch of weather that has been with us for the past several years. 2020 doesn’t look to change that trend. Look at the rain numbers since January 1:

The potential continues to be there for some strong or severe storms, especially across southeastern parts of the state. Here’s the latest from the Storm Prediction Center:

Cold air crashes in behind all this on Thursday, with an arctic front arriving with a band of snow showers and squalls late in the day. The air behind this is FRIGID for Friday. Look at Friday Morning temps:

And Wind Chills:

Here are all the tracking toys you need for the day:

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible Watch Areas

Current MDs

Make it a great Wednesday and take care.

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