Good Wednesday Morning

Dry skies now through Wednesday morning, before our next storm Wednesday afternoon and night…..first starting as snow, then a windswept heavy rain Wednesday evening and Night. Details below

FLOOD WATCH WED. EVENING INTO THURSDAY AM

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY WEDNESDAY PM

FROM 1PM WEDNESDAY TO 1AM THURSDAY

WIND ADVISORY SOUTHERN AREAS AND COAST

FROM 9PM WEDNESDAY TO 9AM THURSDAY

Winds from the south will gust to 45-50 mph within the advisory area. Areas not included in the advisory will gusts 35-40 mph

COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY LATE WEDNESDAY NIGHT

Strong onshore wind gusts during the high tide cycle may produce minor coastal flooding from 8pm Wednesday to 3am Thursday

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WHATS AHEAD…..

Our next round of impactful weather with snow changing to all rain for Wednesday afternoon and night. The skies start dry in the morning with increasing clouds. No issues are expected for the Wednesday morning commute.

WEDNESDAY MORNING 9:00AM

In the afternoon, snow or a wintry mix arrives with an eventual changeover to heavy rain from south to north in the evening. Before the change to rain, some small accumulations are possible.

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 3pm to 4pm

Wet snow likely, heaviest from 3pm to 6pm before changing to all rain

Snowfall accumulations of 1-3″ are expected inland, with areas closer to the coast seeing a coating to 1″ of snow and slush. It will be enough to make for slower, slushy travel heading home from school and work Wednesday afternoon and evening.

Any accumulation gets washed away Wednesday night. Widespread rain, heavy at times, is expected as temperatures soar to near 50. It will be very windy, too, with south-southeast gusts 40-55 mph near the coast. Minor coastal flooding possible at night

WEDNESDAY EVENING 7:00PM

Rain ends early Thursday morning (by 9AM), then clearing and brisk… highs near 50 in the morning and then cooling into the 40s.

RAINFALL AMOUNTS WEDNESDAY EVENING/NIGHT

1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain expected creating localized street and urban flooding

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