We’ll warm up quickly with plenty of sunshine this morning. We should push into the mid 60s by the lunch hour with highs into the lower 70s.
Winds will be out of the northeast at 5-10 mph. That wind will stay light and become more southerly tonight. We should stay milder as a result with clear skies continuing. Lows will drop to around 50. Clouds will increase Wednesday and it will be a breezy day. Southeast winds of 10-20 mph can be expected, along with highs into the mid 70s. Our next weather maker moves in that evening. Rain will become widespread overnight with scattered t-storms. Heavy rain will likely continue into the Thursday morning commute.
Localized flash flooding is possible with some of the more intense storms. Another round of storms may redevelop for Thursday afternoon.
Some of these storms could be strong with damaging wind gusts possible. Rain showers could linger into Friday morning, but should wrap up by the afternoon. By the time all is said and done, most will end up with about 2-3” of rain between Wednesday night and Friday morning. Drier but cooler weather should take hold for the weekend.
-Meteorologist David Ernst