**FLOOD WARNINGS ARE IN EFFECT FOR ALMOST THE ENTIRE AREA THIS MORNING AND AFTERNOON. A FLOOD WARNING MEANS FLOODING IS ALREADY OCCURRING, OR IS IMMINENT. IF YOU ENCOUNTER HIGH WATER...TURN AROUND. A MAJORITY OF FLOOD-RELATED DEATHS OCCUR IN VEHICLES, SO IT'S NOT WORTH IT. ALSO...IF YOU LIVE IN A FLOOD-PRONE AREA, HAVE A PLAN OF ACTION AND MONITOR WATER-LEVELS. ALSO WATCH FOR PONDING OF WATER ON ROADWAYS, AS YOU CAN HYDROPLANE IF YOU'RE NOT CAREFUL. WE'LL ALERT YOU TO ANY ADDITIONAL WARNINGS AND/OR INFORMATION. BE SAFE THIS MORNING AND TAKE CARE **
TODAY: Cloudy with widespread rain. Some of the rain may be heavy at times. Rain mixing with and changing to snow across northwestern counties late. High: 50 early, but falling into the upper 30s late.
TONIGHT: Cloudy with a mix of rain, sleet and freezing rain early. Changing to heavy, wet snow by mid to late-evening. 3 to 6 inches of snow accumulation. Low: 23.
THURSDAY: Cloudy and cold with steady snow, especially through the early afternoon. An additional 2 inches of snow accumulation. High: 23.
THURSDAY NIGHT: After an early flurry or snow shower, turning mostly clear late and dangerously cold. Low: -1.
FRIDAY: After a record cold start to the day, sunny, dry and chily. High: 29.
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy and milder with a slight breeze. High: 42.
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy, milder and quiet. High: 47.
MONDAY: Mostly sunny, dry and quiet. High: 52.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy, warm and breezy. High: 60.
Have a great day, take care and stay safe.
WCHS Meteorologist, Brandon Stover