Flash Flood Watches are up for all of us into the weekend as rain continues to work northward now that we are in the greatest moisture and uplift of our upper level low. Rain will continue through the overnight, but will decrease in coverage, and will again pick back up as we work through our Saturday. Rainfall is expected to exceed 1" for most of us through the next 36 hours.
Sunday will be a transition day as rain will still be around as our upper level low begins to depart, but it should not be as much in terms of coverage for Sunday. Temperatures will also slowly begin to rebound as we should return to the mid 80s.
High pressure builds in from the west starting on Monday which will start to limit rain chances to just the pop-up variety each afternoon. Warmer air will start arriving with highs returning to the low and middle 90s as we hit the middle and end of next week.
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