A Flood Watch Posted for Our Listening Area

Meteorologist Too Tall Tom says a Flood Watch kicks in Wednesday afternoon for our area.  Here’s his latest forecast:

***Flood Watch Tomorrow Afternoon Through Thursday Evening***

TONIGHT:  AREAS OF FOG & FRZL … LOW 31.                               SSE Winds 5-15 mph.                                 

TOMORROW:  AREAS OF FOG, FRZL & DRIZZLE WITH RAIN (and possible thundershowers) ARRIVING LATER MORNING OR EARLY AFTERNOON.   BECOMING BREEZY IN THE AFTERNOON.    HIGH 39.    ENE  Winds Increasing to 11-26 mph in the afternoon.

TOMORROW NIGHT:  BREEZY WITH AREAS OF RAIN AND DRIZZLE POSSIBLY TRANSITIONING TO THE MIXED BAG OR SNOW.    LOW 32.

THURSDAY:  WINDY WITH AREAS OF THE MIXED BAG OR SNOW IN THE MORNING BECOMING ALL LIGHT SNOW …. SOME BLOWING SNOW.   HIGH 36 (Then Falling) .

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***Greatest impact will be rain of .50″ to 1.0″ or more in many areas over melting snow causing

flooding especially in low lying areas …. snow accumulation will be minimal …UNLESS there’s a change in storm track***

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EXTENDED

FRIDAY:  PARTLY SUNNY & WINDY WITH SOME BS.                               LOW 18 … HIGH 27.

SATURDAY & SUNDAY:  PARTLY CLOUDY …  HIGHS 28-34.

Stay tuned to Kik-FM for the latest on this storm.