In the afternoon more showers and storms will be possible along a stalled front. These storms will bring a medium chance for flooding. A flood watch is still in place for our northern counties until 7PM this evening so stay weather aware! With the possibility of showers and a very tropical atmosphere we have a risk for flooding through the coast today. There is a level 2 threat on a scale of four for flooding today.
The severe weather threat today is very low but make sure you stay weather aware. Lightning, street flooding and even damaging winds can create a dangerous situation if you aren’t prepared. Due to the rain and extra cloud cover we will see cooler temperatures with highs in the upper 80s.
More storms are expected on Wednesday. There is a level 1 threat on a scale of four for flooding.
The rain chances will be possible throughout the day on Wednesday starting in the morning and lasting into the afternoon.
Temperatures today and for most of the week will be cooler than average. Rain will be a constant companion every day this week. The messiest days will likely be overnight Monday, Tuesday, with coastal rain chances Wednesday. We’ll get back to a more typical forecast late this week.
The National Hurricane Center is watching two tropical waves that have a low chance for development over the next five days. There is no chance of seeing development in the next two days. Make sure you have our Hurricane Tracker App for updates on this system and others that will form in the tropics.[ad_2]