More Rain In The Forecast

Written by on February 27, 2018 in Local Forecast Discussion

Brief update for the next two days.

Wednesday morning will be another chilly one with overnight temperatures dropping into the upper 30s inland and low to mid 40s along the coast under mostly clear skies. Cloud cover begins to increase across the area by mid-day and rain will begin to overspread ENC ahead of a approaching warm front from the south. The rain will persist overnight as the warm front passes over the region. The southern coast could even see a thunderstorm or two overnight.

The warm front should be out of the area by late morning with continued rain for most of ENC. During the day on Thursday, there will be some small instability over the area which could produce a couple of thunderstorms during the day. The cold front pushes through Thursday evening and into Thursday night clearing the coast in the late Thursday night.

The northern sections could see rainfall amounts in the 1.00-1.50″ range while southern sections could see estimates of .50-1.00″.

As the low pressure strengthens off the coast, winds across the area will increase especially along the coast and offshore. There is concern for coastal flooding as a result of the during the duration of the strong winds.

High temperatures fall back into the mid 50s this weekend with low temperatures falling into the 30s. Conditions should remain dry through the weekend and into early next week.

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