A cold front finally moved through overnight, bringing not only dry weather but much cooler temperatures. Thursday will be dry with a mix of sun and clouds and highs only in the mid 50s. Even though we will be 10-15 degrees cooler today compared to Wednesday's high, we will still be above average for mid-January standards. Most of Friday will also be dry, but yet more rain is in the forecast by late Friday night and Saturday. Rainfall totals of around one inch are expected through Saturday.
Once a second cold front moves through late Saturday night, we finally enter a much drier pattern, but we are also MUCH colder. Highs by Sunday struggle into the low 40s and only into the upper 30s Tuesday. Overnight lows will sink into the low 20s. Dig those heavy coats out of the closet because winter is not done yet!
- Dry Thursday but lingering flood issues
- Flooding issues linger into the work week
- Lingering showers and flooding issues Friday
- Lingering storms Monday, drying out Tuesday
- Dry and chilly Thursday but flooding continues
- Chill lingers through Saturday
- Flooding issues as rain persists
- Cooler Monday and lingering thunderstorms
- Dry now, flooding concerns return mid-week
- Wednesday stays dry, then rain arrives Thursday