First Warning Forecast:
Spotty showers today, tracking the threat of severe storms and more flooding Tuesday... A line of showers will continue to move east through the area this morning. Showers are light and will be east of the area by 8am. By midday, we'll be dry with a nice blend of clouds and sunshine. We could see a spotty shower this afternoon to evening but most of the area will be dry for the rest of the day. The best chance of late day showers will be along and west of I-95. It'll be a muggy late September day. High temperatures will be above normal and in the low 80s.
Our next weather maker will be a strong cold front that will move through our area Tuesday through Wednesday. We'll start Tuesday dry but scattered showers will be possible by the afternoon. Storms will be widespread by Tuesday night through Wednesday morning with heavy rain and flooding a possibility. A storm or two could be severe with gusty winds. Rain totals will be between 1-2" with an isolated 3" through Wednesday.
Showers will be possible early on Thursday before drier air sets in Thursday afternoon. Speaking of drier air - it'll be noticeably cooler Thursday as well. Highs will struggle to reach 70!
Get ready for beautiful way to end the week. Expect a mix of sun and clouds Friday with highs in the upper 60s. We'll be dry Friday and all through the weekend. Speaking of the weekend, Saturday and Sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 60s. Make plans to be outdoors this weekend now!