12/28 – Rob’s “WET” Final Weekend of 2018 Forecast

HEAVY RAINFALL has moved through the area with several locations to the west and north having received in excess of 7+ inches of accumulation. Area wide average is between the 2-3″ mark. Although the FLASH FLOOD watch has expired, spotty showers and t-storms will continue this afternoon and overnight.

The front is expected to stall over the area and will set up an over-running pattern with rain and t-storms developing back inland across the forecast area through the day on Saturday and Sunday. Temperatures will be quite variable depending on what side of the front you are on and how strong the cold air advection is. Temperatures will trend cooler over the inland areas on Saturday before recovering back to mild to warm highs again on Sunday.

By early next week, another surface low will push a front through the area bringing another round of shower and thunderstorm activity. Temperatures will be much lower by mid-week with some lows in the 30s and 40s by Wednesday and Thursday mornings.

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