Heavy rainfall has affected portions of the Tri-State on and off throughout our Monday and while it's expected to subside this evening, many areas have already seen more than 2" of total rainfall. Quieter weather will settle in across the region overnight as temperatures gradually dip toward the upper 30s for the Ohio Valley. Tuesday looks as though it'll be dry, but breezy; expect mostly cloudy skies with temperatures in the mid to upper 40s. Some blustery winds however, will still make for cool Tuesday ahead as wind gusts will peak near 20 mph at times tomorrow.
Another disturbance will swing through the Tri-State beginning Wednesday morning. Cool Canadian air spreading across the Midwest will intermingle with some moisture rolling northeastward from Great Plains producing wintry precipitation across Northern Arkansas during the predawn hours Wednesday. That disturbance will migrate eastward and quickly traverse the Tri-State Wednesday morning and early afternoon. Currently snowfall totals are only expected to amount to less than 1" - however, we will continue to closely monitor the situation as it changes over the next 48 hours.
Fortunately, drier and more quiet weather is expected to linger though our Thursday and Friday ahead - that being said, quiet weather doesn't exactly mean mild weather. Afternoon highs on Thursday will only reach the mid 30s before temperatures dive into the mid to low 20s early Friday morning. Friday looks as though it'll be slightly warmer with highs near 45° under plenty of sunshine and Saturday looks even warmer as the mercury is expected to jump into the low 50s; believe it or not, the milder weather on Saturday will accompany another round of rainfall.
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