There a no more watches, warnings, or advisories for flooding issues. All creek, rivers, and streams that impact are viewing area are continuing to fall and are no longer near flood stage. Although water levels have dropped below flood stage, high water will still be a concern throughout the weekend.
We are starting to see a few breaks in the clouds here and there. This is allowing for temperatures to finally warm up right before sundown Saturday afternoon. Temperatures lingered around the 60s for the first half of the day, but most temperatures are finally peaking into the 70s.
A few isolated showers or even thunderstorms are possible throughout the rest of the afternoon and evening, as an upper-level disturbance lingers over the viewing area.
Overnight, expect mostly cloudy conditions and patchy fog in some spots. A few spots could see some drizzle overnight into Sunday morning, with temperatures falling into the upper 50s and low 60s.
We will start Sunday off with mostly cloudy skies, with peaks of sun into the afternoon. Temperatures should warm into the upper 70s and low 80s, however, we will not be completely dry. A cold front will push into our viewing area Sunday afternoon.
Plenty of instability will be around with the warm and humid air Sunday afternoon. This will allow for scattered showers and storms to develop along the frontal boundary.
Severe weather is not expected for Sunday, but flash flooding is possible with the extremely saturated ground/soil from the prolonged rainfall this week. Heavy downpours Sunday could lead to a renewed flooding threat, as the already saturated soil will struggle to soak up any heavy rainfall.
Although severe weather is not expected, some stronger storms are still possible, which could lead to stronger wind gust. This could easily uproot trees due to very saturated ground. Something to keep in mind.
We should dry out into Sunday night, as instability will diminish with lost of sunlight. Temperatures will fall into the low/mid 60s, with the clouds hanging around.
Memorial Day will not be completely dry, but should be drier than Sunday. An upper-level ridge will begin to really build into the viewing area, allowing for warmer than average temperatures.
Temperatures will rise into the upper 70s and low 80s Monday afternoon. Warm and humid conditions may allow for a few isolated showers and storms into the afternoon for Memorial Day. Temperatures will fall into the low/mid 60s Monday night.
An upper-level ridge will stay with us through mid and late week, with temperatures staying above average in the upper 70s and low 80s, We do become unsettled again by late week, and possible into the beginning of next weekend. With the warm and humid conditions this upcoming week, severe weather could pop into the forecast. Stay tuned!