4/4 – Payton’s Thursday Afternoon Forecast

Flood watch for the coastal areas as heavy rain has been falling since this morning. The heaviest activity has remained just offshore near a stalled boundary and it appears that will be the trend. By this afternoon we could see that boundary lift to the north and a few stronger storms approach the coast. We do expect a lull at some point this evening, but  we will be watching another round of heavy rain and t-storms later this evening into tonight. The threat for severe weather is rather low, but these could produce high winds, small hail and even isolated tornadoes. Make sure you have a way to receive weather alerts. You can download our free WXXV Weather App. It will alert you if a severe t-storm is in your area. By Friday rain chances decrease, but we will likely see a few showers and t-storms. Saturday looks to be the best day with warm temperatures and plenty of clouds. A few showers are possible, but not likely. Sunday another storm system will ramp up the rain chances once again. A few of these could be strong to severe. Monday will features a few showers, but we finally dry out by Tuesday into Wednesday.

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