A Flash Flood Watch is in effect through Thursday morning with an active weather pattern setting up again into this week. Rainfall totals could exceed 2″-5″ within the next 7 days.
TUESDAY: Morning rain will bring impacts to the commute, but intensity will be light. We are going to see some dry time in the afternoon. Another round of strong storms is possible through the afternoon by late this evening, bringing the potential for hail, damaging winds, and heavy rain. Severe weather will be isolated in nature with only a marginal risk. Temperatures reach the low 70s.
TONIGHT: Storms lift along and north of I-70 tonight with ongoing rain and storms possible again for the morning commute. Overnight lows only dip into the low to mid 60s tonight with winds out of the east up to 7 mph.
EXTENDED: Heavy rain that continues Tuesday night into Wednesday morning continues the flood risk. Depending on how long clouds and morning rain sticks around, we could have another round of strong to severe storms by Wednesday afternoon. Storms will be widely scattered in nature. Hail, damaging winds, and heavy rain will continue to be a threat. Rain moves out Thursday morning, and we begin to dry out by the weekend.