The weather is off to a clear start this week, but it’ll be short-lived as multiple fronts move in…again. This will be a similar set up to what we saw at the end of last week. A warm front is coming together in the Gulf and is moving inland tonight. That means cloud cover will increase through the night, and rain is expected as early as tomorrow morning.
RIGHT NOW SEVERE WEATHER ISN’T EXPECTED, PARTICULARLY ON TUESDAY, BUT THOSE CHANCES INCREASE SLIGHTLY WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY AS THE COLD FRONT MOVES IN.
That could take as long as Thursday afternoon due to the front slowing to a crawl as it approaches. Until then, upwards of four inches (4″) of rainfall are possible, likely with higher localized totals. Stay tuned to WXXV through the middle of the week as Flash Flooding may be an issue. Things begin clearing up quickly though Halloween night. Breezy northerly winds will have temperatures down into the low 60s by Friday afternoon, and we’ll see at least one more night in the 40s over the weekend!