Flood Watch from Tuesday night through Thursday night. Winter Storm Watch from tomorrow through Thursday afternoon.
You'll probably notice a few more clouds and a few spotty showers as you head out the door this morning. That's the precursor to what will move in later today. Showers will be around off and on today, with the possibility for a storm or two in the mix. Nothing severe, just a few garden variety storms. Highs will top out in low to mid 50s.
The rain continues tonight and will be heavy at times. Keep an eye on your creeks and streams for the next couple of days. Lows will only drop to around 50.
The rain continues into Wednesday and the flooding threat continues. Highs will start out in the low 50s, but will plummet later in the day, which will change the rain to sleet and then eventually to heavy wet snow as we head into the nighttime hours. Lows will eventually drop into the mid teens.
It'll be much colder, as the snow continues on Thursday. Highs top out in the mid 20s. Most locations will end up with several inches of snow and ice.
The mess ends on Friday and sunshine returns for the weekend.
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