STORM WATCH: Chilly temperatures continue overnight, rain expected late Friday

Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says Thursday was the coldest day since the first of the month with a high of only 45.

Dave Curren

Mar 21, 2024, 10:49 AM

Updated 23 days ago

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Storm Watch Team Meteorologist Dave Curren says Thursday was the coldest day since the first of the month with a high of only 45.
Gusty winds between 25 and 45 mph kept things feeling like it was in the upper 20s and low 30s all day.
OVERNIGHT: The winds let up a bit. Skies will be clear so again the temps will drop below their seasonable average of 36 degrees. Lows 19-26.
FRIDAY: Sunny and dry again. Temperatures slowly recover but still slightly below average. High 40-45.
SATURDAY: Lots of rain. Rain will likely begin sometime very late Friday night and continue through Saturday morning and early afternoon. The amount of water in a short amount of time will cause rivers and streams to react.
SUNDAY: Minor flooding is possible on Sunday afternoon. Coastal flooding may occur with tides running 2 inches above average and 2-3 inches of rain. Some roads may become unpassable.


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