The flash flood threat increases late tonight and into Thursday. Rounds of storms may dump a lot of rain across our region.
We are on our way to end the first week of 2013 and surprise, surprise it will be a chilly one. Depending on the cloud cover, we could possibly see near average temperatures for this time a year, which is around 41 degrees. I do think most of us stay in the 30s today, but with the winds at 10-15 mph all of us will feel like we are in the 30s. We can't rule out a couple of snow showers for Saturday as 90% of us stay dry and highs will hover around the 40 degree mark. A weak system slides through on Sunday, which will give us the chance at seeing scattered flurries or a few snow showers. If we do see any accumulation it will be very little, but right now we are not expecting any at all. Still watching a big warmup for next week as highs look to creep in the 50s.
Meteorologist Micah Harris