Even with plenty of clouds, we'll stay dry until later in the day on Wednesday. Expect a high near 60 today and a light wind out of the north.
Starting Wednesday afternoon, we'll have several rounds of rain track through the Valley. Showers arrive for the second half of Wednesday and last through at least Thursday morning. We catch a little breather until late Thursday night and early Friday when steadier, heavier rain rolls in. It will taper into showers for Friday evening. All in all, we'll pick up 1 to 3 inches of rain from Wednesday through Friday, exacerbating flooding concerns through the end of the week.
Fortunately, the weekend will be dry with clouds clearing by Saturday afternoon. That leaves us with sunshine to end the weekend and temperatures back near 60.
- Dry now, flooding concerns return mid-week
- Staying Mostly Dry Tuesday, Rain Returns Later This Week
- A wet Thursday as flooding concerns persist
- Flash flood concerns with torrential rain today
- Showers taper as flooding concerns persist
- Warm now with a big mid-week chill
- Road department clears culverts, easing residents concerns over flooding issues
- With more rain, neighbors concerned about flooding in Limestone Co.
- The Week Starts Dry But Won't Stay That Way
- Starting the Week Dry then Then Becoming Unsettled