A cold front moved thru the state, which fired up the showers and thunderstorms. "With an additional 1-3" possible tonight, and an already super saturated ground, flooding issues will likely arise.
And by mid-afternoon, we'll have temps in the 50s with full sunshine.
Another cold front is forecast to move through the area Thursday. Most of it being in our southeastern counties. Tomorrow will be cooler with a high of 55 degrees. With the warmth comes more rain though.
The main storm center is located over northern IN, however a secondary area of low pressure is trying to develop over northwestern Virginia then tracking to our north and east by Thursday night into Friday.
Tuesday. Partly cloudy. Highs in the upper 60s. Rainfall totals have not been quite as impressive further east, where we've received just over 5 inches in Huntsville; Huntsville is still about an inch above average for the month. The dry weather will last through Wednesday when clouds are expected to increase, leading to our next bout of unsettled weather late in the week. A few of those storms may be strong to severe. It then appears this low pressure system will become a potent coastal storm somewhere off the Mid-Atlantic or Northeast Coast overnight Thursday into Friday. It could be rain or might bring significant snow.
Saturday. Mostly sunny. Highs in the low to mid 60s. Highs remain in the low 70s.
Have a great rest of the weekend!