Good Thursday, everyone. Flooding rains are pushing away from the region early today, but high water issues look to remain. Much colder air is settling in for a few days as a drying trend sets in for the weekend.
Many areas are under Flash Flood Warnings and Flood Warnings to begin the day. Here’s a look:
Here are your tracking tools to get you through the high water issues:
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.
Our next chance for rain arrives with a front Monday into Tuesday.
Have a great day and take care.