A very unsettled work week is up ahead in terms of rain showers. Once again we hold onto the threat for flooding. Heavy amounts of rain are possible. Throughout the week we could be doused with 2-4 inches.
The rain starts for us this morning and will continue with all day showers. A Slight Risk for Excessive Rainfall is issued for our area today. Meaning heavy downpours and all day showers pose a chance for flooding.
Temperatures won't fluctuate too much. We will see temperatures in the upper 40s and lower 50s. A breezy day is on tap too. With the potential for saturated grounds, could notice some downed trees and even some power outages. Wind gusts will head to around 25 mph.
Tonight we continue to see on and off rain showers with some isolated heavy downpours possible. A mild night in the temperature department where lows will be in the lower-middle 40s. Tomorrow we will start off with rain once again, but during the evening we will witness rain showers gradually taper off and become spotty. The dry weather will not last long as rain will once again arrive for us on Wednesday.
The Weather Prediction Center has our area once again outlined in a Slight and Marginal Risk for Excessive Rainfall for Wednesday.
Showers will hang around into Thursday. Highs starting today and lasting into Thursday will linger in the 40s and 50s with lows in the 40s and middle-upper 30s. Thursday night we switch things up. Temperatures will drop into the 20s and teens. With moisture still around, rain will transition into light snowfall. Light snow will linger into Friday morning, but we should see moisture come to an end Friday afternoon and we stay dry into Saturday. Not enough time for us to recover as rain showers will quickly come again on Sunday.