With showers continuing to pour down, here is the latest from the NWS regarding totals. The valley, across the board, is anywhere between 2-3". Here at the office, we have recorded 2.73" as of 11 am this morning. Moving forward, expect an additional quarter to half an inch before it's all said and done with.
A cold front to the west will begin working in Saturday, decreasing temperatures throughout the day and starting to dry things out. By Sunday afternoon, sunny skies will have returned and cooler air too. High's expected to be back near average in the mid to upper 40's.
Showers will continue to work through this afternoon before becoming more scattered overnight and early into Saturday. On the back side, we could see some snow flurries but no accumulation is expected in the valley. By Sunday, much needed sunnier skies return.
We are still under a Flood Watch until 7 pm tonight, so use caution (especially if you are in a flood prone area). End the work week on a strong note and have a great weekend!
It is truly nice to have a sunny day like this. I want to go on a picnic trip with my girlfriend, and this is the best day to do it. I want to just bade under the sun, and just run around the grass. It has been ages since I did this, and I really need to do other things in life. I am going to have to work hard if I want to do it, though, that much is for sure.
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