PM Update: Flood Watch issued as rain continues
Storm departs in time for mild & breezy Thursday
Rain that arrived during the midday has been moderate to heavy at times this evening. In the wake of a wet October and November, some flooding isn't out of the question. Remember not to drive onto water-covered roadways. Evening temperatures have risen through the 50s as relatively warm air pushes into the area out ahead of the storm's low-pressure center passing to our west.
Tomorrow (Thursday): Any remaining showers are likely out of here by sunrise and clouds break early leading to a fairly nice (if somewhat windy) day Thursday. Look for partly to mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. West winds could gust up to 25 mph or higher.
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