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January 23, 2019

A Flash Flood Watch is in Effect For the Region Thursday



  • Be on the lookout for ice falling out of trees today (where it exists) and snow/ice flying off of vehicles as temperatures rise above freezing today.

  • Chance for a shower by late afternoon/evening today.  A spot or two of sleet or freezing rain possible across the interior early on.

  • Potential for reduced visibility in fog tonight.  Also drizzle & a few showers.

  • Potential for flooding Thursday, as rain will be heavy at times and accumulate 1"-2" on top of high water content snow/ice pack and frozen ground. Some thunder possible.

  • Rain ends by late afternoon Thursday as temperatures turn colder.

  • A strong low-level jet stream will produce high winds aloft Thursday.  At this point I'm thinking most of that won't reach the surface (maybe 12-15 mph) until late in the day when winds shift into the northwest and get a little gusty, but this will have to be monitored.

  • Temps will rise into the 30's today, through the 40's tonight, and into the 50's Thursday before turning colder late Thursday.


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