CLEVELAND — FLOOD WATCH FRIDAY PM-FRIDAY NIGHT for Huron, Ashland, Richland, Holmes, Coshocton, & Tuscarawas Counties.
Quiet & cloudy overnight with low temperatures falling back into the lower and middle 30s by 7am.
The Friday morning rush looks dry. But rain showers will move in quickly from the south and west late morning into early afternoon. Most of the rain will fall between 1pm and 7pm with heavy rain possible at times. Highs Friday will only climb into the lower and middle 40s. Winds could gust to near 40 mph making the rain feel a lot colder.
Temps dive overnight Friday into the weekend so be careful... Scattered snow flakes are possible early Saturday morning with up to an inch of accumulation. But then we'll dry out and warm up into the lower and middle 40s for the afternoon.
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What To Expect:
- Much cooler air settling in
- Heavy rain Friday (Flooding possible)
- Gusts 30 to 40mph
- Snow flakes Saturday morning
- Drying out this weekend
Thursday Night: Colder with clouds rolling back in.| Low: 33º
Friday: Rain could be heavy. Windy.| High: 43º
Saturday: Few AM snow showers. Cold.| High: 46º
Sunday: Cloud/sun mix. Mainly| High: 46º
Monday: Warmer temps. PM showers possible.| High: 63º
Tuesday: Few showers possible.| High: 44º
Wednesday: Chill sets in.| High: 39º
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