WeatherWatcher: Wind and a lot of rain on the way

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Photo by Mike Remarcke

November's dry period is being replaced with exceptionally rainy storms. We have so much rain expected this week that we might meet or exceed the normal rainfall amount for the month. Here we are so far for November's rainfall:

We are expecting increasing rain to start shortly after midnight Monday morning. Rain is expected to continue almost non-stop until next Saturday. Monday afternoon and evening winds are expected to pick up. Gusts could reach up to 40-45mph Monday evening. I'm not expecting any significant wide spread tree damage or power outages with this one. The big story is that we could see between 1-3 inches of rain by Wednesday.

Temperatures reaching the low 50's for highs and the upper 40's for lows all week. Next weekend might cool down by a couple degrees. Here's the daily average temperature graph for November so far:

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