Soggy stretch through Thursday, turning colder by weekend
The active weather pattern will continue through Thursday before sharply colder weather arrives for Friday lasting into next week.
Showers will end early Wednesday morning with generally cloudy skies throughout the day. Can’t rule out some sprinkles from time-to-time. Temperatures won’t climb much with highs expected to be in the 50s to low 60s.
Rain develops again late Wednesday night lasting through Thursday night. Heavy downpours are possible at times. Expect another 1-2″ of rainfall with locally higher amounts possible which may lead to some localized flooding given some areas have saturated grounds from the recent heavy rain.
Rain will end by Friday morning as a sharp cold front slides through sending temperatures crashing into the 40s. The cold air will be locked in through the weekend with highs only in the 30s and 40s.
Another system will swing through on Saturday leading to a dose of wintry weather as some snow showers will be possible. Accumulations are expected to be light, however some snow may cover grassy surfaces.