The flash flood threat increases late tonight and into Thursday. Rounds of storms may dump a lot of rain across our region.
A rainy day on this Friday with scattered showers expected. This shouldn't be an all day thing except for the southern zones where it'll take some time for these showers to move out. All in all we are looking at .25"-.5" of rain for most and no severe weather expected. Some rain for High School Game Time, especially for areas south of I-64.
As we move along into the weekend we are looking at multiple days in a row where our highs stay in the 30s. Saturday upper 30s with Sunday around freezing for a high. Both days will be dry, but could squeeze out a few flurries.
Next week will be interesting with that low pressure system coming out of the Gulf. Still trying to find some consistencies on the track, but things do look like it's trying to come together. Several days away, so we will just have to continue to watch it. Thanksgiving appears cold, but dry with highs around 32°
Meteorologist Micah Harris