A Flash Flood Watch is in effect starting this evening through Thursday night. Look for most of us to be around 1"-2" with locally higher amounts. This could lead to some flash flooding in some spots. The best rain chance comes tonight into tomorrow.
An area of low pressure then sweeps across the state on Thursday. That low will create widespread showers and thunderstorms with more heavy rains. Severe weather threat is extremely low, but the flash flooding side of severe weather is at medium.
Much cooler and drier air follows for Friday into Saturday. We can't rule out a stray storm on Sunday, but virtually all of your Friday and weekend will be dry.
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