Good Tuesday, folks. It’s another day with rounds of showers and storms targeting the region. This setup has put down a ton of rain in some areas since Saturday, leading to flash flooding. More of the same is possible through Wednesday.
Listen, you guys know the drill of the forecast because it’s the same as we’ve been talking about for days now. Clusters of thunderstorms are working across the region and putting down a tremendous amount of rain. For that reason, the Flash Flood Watch continues:
Storms can dump 1″-3″ of rain in an hour or so as they move through. If those move across the areas hard hit by recent flooding, things can get ugly.
In addition to the flooding potential, a few strong to severe storms are possible. Here’s the Severe Weather Outlook from the Storm Prediction Center:
Wednesday finds more of the same with storms putting down too much rain in some areas. There’s also the threat for severe storms:
Humidity levels are through the roof and this is going to continue through the big holiday weekend. Storm chances come down as the steamy meter goes up. Highs will be around 90 with a heat index toastier than that.
Here are your storm tracking toys:
Possible Watch Areas
Have a great day and take care.