A Soggy Start to the Weekend...

But there will be plenty of dry time to get out and about...
Posted at 7:15 PM, Jan 24, 2020

Clouds have already rolled into the area-- and a few sprinkles will be possible as we get close to 11pm. The heaviest rain will not push into the area until after midnight-- so if you're going out for a night on the town tonight and plan on being out until 2-3am, make sure you have an poncho in your pocket. Rain will be heavy through the mid morning hours--but should be exiting the area just in time for your brunch plans! Cloudy skies will linger--but I'm expecting a few breaks in the clouds during the afternoon.


Rain totals will vary by location--but most areas will pick up 1-2 inches by early afternoon. Flooding shouldn't be an issue--but if you live in a low lying area that typically flood when we get a little rain, then you should be on alert.


By Sunday breezy conditions set up, with temperatures cooling as we head into the middle of next week. While temperatures slowly drop as we head into next week, they will remain unseasonably warm through the forecast period, with rain chances not returning until next Friday. Peaking ahead-- it looks like temperatures will remain unseasonably warm (for the most part) for the next two weeks.