03/22 Ryan’s “Rainy Mid-Week” Monday Night Forecast

It’s been dry since the end of last week, but we’re eyeing a rainy mid-week period after a sunny start. That means while cloud cover will be light initially, expect it to increase through the night and into tomorrow. It’ll be considerably warmer as well, rising out of the chilly 40s and into the upper 50s.

Don’t expect any rain tonight, but we’ll see plenty of it by Thursday.

Current estimates place accumulation between 6-10″, but I wouldn’t be surprised at all to see a few localized areas with even higher totals. That’s why Flash Flood Watches that don’t expire until the end of the week have been issued. Even after the front finally pushes out of the area Thursday afternoon and clearing begins, it won’t be very much. At least scattered cloud cover lingers through Friday before more manageable rainfall moves in for the weekend.

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