Overnight Weather Forecast Thursday, February 15th, 2018

We'll continue to have some rounds of heavy rain into Friday morning.

Rain will continue to fall heavy at times into Friday morning. Be careful as there will be flooding in some areas of poor drainage. We'll also stay mild into early Friday with a front approaching the region. Temperatures will hold in the 40s to near 50 until that front pushes through. Behind the front, it will wind windy and colder. The rain may end mixed with wet snow during the midday hours on Friday as the front moves through and cold air arrives with a gusty wind. Temperatures will drop through the 30s during the afternoon.


A bubble of high pressure will give us a clear sky and light winds Friday night giving us a cold night with lows in the teens to the lower 20s. Saturday will be a seasonably chilly day with sunshine giving way to clouds. A disturbance passing to the south may give us a wintry mix and then will give us snow later Saturday into the early morning hours Sunday. We’ll likely have up to a few inches of snow in the region with the heaviest amounts the farther south and east you are in the region. Temperatures will not leave the 30s on Saturday but should rise into the lower 40s on Sunday thanks to clouds breaking for some sunshine. Milder and moist air will push back into the region on President's Day with showers and drizzle. Highs will be in the 40s. The flow of moist and mild air will continue through the middle of next week with temperatures staying well above average along with some bouts of showers.

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