Until around 7-8pm tonight, it’ll be a beautiful day. High of 60°, can’t ask for too much better of a late January day. (besides the rain)
HRRR model (above) thinks the rain will move in after dark, looks around 7-8pm. Nothing serious, just rain. No severe weather or winter weather. Rain should move out by lunchtime Sunday.
Monday we could get some sprinkles, but nothing too much.
Tuesday looks interesting, and it’ll all depend on the temperature. Models think we could get some freezing rain Tuesday morning. Again, this is still several days out, and a degree or two can make a lot of difference.
Here’s a refresher on the different types of frozen precip. Freezing rain is no fun. I’d prefer if we didn’t.
Later in the day Tuesday, temperatures increase, and we just get rain. The Weather Prediction Center has us outlooked for a 5-15% chance of flash flooding on Tuesday and Wednesday. Not a widespread concern, but the typical places that have some problems could have some.
Still some disagree on the types of precipitation we get throughout the week. We’ll be watching. Total rainfall for the week looks around two inches.
Weather changes constantly.
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