Tonight: Rain will continue to overspread the area as this evening along with warming temperatures. Patchy areas of fog will also somewhat limit visibility as times, especially during tomorrow morning's commute, so be sure to give yourself some extra time to travel.
Due to all the rain this evening, Henry and Wayne counties are under a Flood Watch until 7:00am tomorrow. Remember to never drive through a flooded roadway and stay weather aware!
Tomorrow: A few rain showers may be around early tomorrow morning, but most of the rain should be gone in the morning. Dry conditions continue up to the afternoon and early evening, and temperatures will climb to the lower 40's. Precipitation will start as rain before transitioning to snow later on in the evening. Light accumulations under 2" are possible Tuesday night, but there shouldn't be any major travel impacts.
7-Day Forecast: The temperature roller coaster ramps up this week! After the rain and snow tomorrow night, temperatures drop down into the mid-30's Wednesday. Temperatures rise again on Thursday and Friday into the upper-40's before another system moves in Friday night. That system will also begin as rain before transitioning over to snow, and it will drop temperatures down below the freezing mark into the weekend.
--Weather Forecaster Gabe Prough
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