Tonight's weather story from the National Weather Service: Cooler and less humid in the week ahead (August 22, 2017) - A cold front will be moving...
Showers and thunderstorms are expected to move across the area tonight with locally heavy rainfall possible.
Rain, moderate to heavy at times, will persist into Friday and given our well-saturated soils, much of the rainfall will produce runoff and flooding.
Widespread rain will move in tonight and persist into Friday.
Scattered showers will persist tonight as an upper level disturbance is slow to move across the region.
There will be one last warm day before cooler and wet weather arrives.
Clear skies tonight with temperatures in the mid to the low 40s.
High pressure will provide light winds, dry conditions, and seasonable temperatures today.
Our warming trend will continue the remainder of the weekend with lows tonight 15 to 20 degrees warmer than Friday night.
High pressure pushes through the region overnight continuing our dry weather and turning winds to the southwest.