Simply put, today will be rainy most of the day as waves of moisture continuously move up from the southwest.
There will be a couple of short breaks here and there, but it won’t be until late this afternoon when we start to see it exit to the northeast.
Be extra vigilant on the roads today because lots of rain has already fallen the last couple days and we’ll add more to the already wet ground, so a FLASH FLOOD WATCH remains in effect for most of the area until late Wednesday night.
Tonight will present a brief dry period before another round of rain and a few potentially strong to severe thunderstorms move in tomorrow afternoon and evening.
A leftover shower or two is possible Thursday as highs remain in the 60s and 70s before warming back into the 70s and 80s on Friday and stick around for Memorial Day weekend.
It also looks dry and sunny with a just a few pop-up afternoon thunderstorms Sunday and Monday.
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