No break from the rain, scatter showers today and a flood risk for Friday
TODAY'S WEATHER STORY
Scattered showers will continue to pop up throughout the day as temperatures hold in the upper 60's.
FRIDAY - FIRST WARNING WEATHER DAY
A stalled frontal boundary is interacting with tropical moisture in Florida and that will lead to heavy downpours and an even greater flood risk on Friday. Many areas could pick up 1 to 2" of rainfall with some locally higher amounts. As a result, area creeks and streams will have to be monitored closely for potential flooding.
While the heaviest rain will fall on Friday, there will still be occasional showers or even a thunderstorm on both Saturday and Sunday. Monday will also offers up more shower chances before we finally break out of this pattern on Tuesday.
- Today: Cloudy, Scattered Showers – High 68
- Tonight: Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms – Low 58
- Tomorrow: Cloudy, Chance of a Shower – High 74
- Friday: Periods of Rain, Heavy at Times – High 66
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