Widespread Rain Thursday; Getting Cold!

We are on the western side of the cold front and the chilly air has started filtering in with the coldest yet to come. Drier air will be kept at bay until Friday as the front will become stationary to our south and continue to help trigger showers through Thursday. Between 1.5″- 2.5” (with locally higher amounts) is possible by Thursday night, so flooding remains a concern.

The colder air really starts to take effect Thursday with highs topping out in mid to upper 40s and around 50 on Friday. Overnight lows will dip to the low to mid 30s Friday morning and in the mid to upper 20s on Saturday morning.

High pressure also takes over Friday through Sunday afternoon, so we’ll dry out a bit before the next cold front approaches Monday putting showers back into the forecast Sunday night into Monday.

Keep smiling!

-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson

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