We will continue to have rain, heavy at times into the early morning hours on Friday. There will be some flooding in areas of poor drainage.
As a cold front presses through the region the rain will end and the wind will increase later tonight as temperatures start to fall. Lows will range from the 30s in the western part of the viewing area to the middle 40s well east of I-99. Friday will be quite windy and it will turn dramatically colder. They may be a flurry in a few spots during the morning or midday hours; otherwise, we will have a good deal of sunshine. Temperatures will fall through the 30s and into the 20s. The wind will make it feel even colder than that. A bitter wind will blow Friday night with a mostly clear sky and lows in the teens with some of the colder ridges dropping into the single digits. A cold air mass will settle into the region with a chilly wind on Saturday. Highs will only be in the 20s despite plenty of sunshine. Temperatures will drop well into the teens Saturday night with some of the colder spots reaching the single digits. Sunday will start off with some peeks of sunshine then a weak disturbance will give us an increase in cloudiness followed by the chance for some light snow later in the day into Sunday night. Highs Sunday will be in the 20s to near 30. We may a touch of snow or flurries on Monday; otherwise, we will have a good deal of clouds with highs in the lower to middle 30s. A storm system may bring snow or a wintry mix into the region Tuesday of next week. We will have a better feel as time gets closer. Behind that system, Wednesday will be windy and chilly with snow showers giving way to some sunshine. Highs Wednesday will be in the upper 20s to the lower 30a. We’ll stay seasonably chilly behind that system.