The persistent southwest flow with embedded thunderstorms will increase again for Wednesday. Daytime heating combined with a steady stream of moisture and energy all related to Alberto’s remnants will add more rainfall to the region.
We are still Weather Aware (code yellow) for Wednesday for localized flash flooding, thunderstorms, and wind. All these factors adds to the possibility of local flooding and weakened trees toppling over.
Alright then, when will we begin to dry out? Simply… When a dry cool front sweeps through the region in the extended forecast. The rain will taper-off to more isolated (compared to these numerous storms) beginning Thursday through the weekend but still unsettled until the drier air works in late Monday. Lower 90s and more of a summer-like pattern in this First Alert Forecast.