The chill is here. Temps are running more than 30 degrees cooler than yesterday. Flooding will continue to be a concern as we head through the day as water continues to recede.
Here are the 24 hour rainfall totals:
Flooding will continue to be a big concern as we head through the day. Temps will remain cool around 40 degrees with mostly cloudy skies. There’s a chance for spotty sprinkles or maybe even flurries as we head into the afternoon. Winds will gust out of the west up to 35mph.
Tonight temps fall near freezing, and a Freeze Watch and Frost Advisory has been issued tonight through Saturday morning.
If you’re participating in the Carmel Marathon or the Race for the Cure, prepare for a cold start.
Highs will eventually hit the low 50s with sunny skies Saturday.
We warm into the 60s by Sunday, with more thunderstorm chances by Tuesday.