The strong cold front expected late on Wednesday will bring the possibility of high winds and high water, according to the National Weather Service. Watch http://www.erh.noaa.gov/okx/ for details!
Two lines of heavy rain showers (in yellow on the computer model map that simulates a radar map)…..
With perhaps an inch of two of rain from these squalls.
Note that the weather looks more severe further south on that set of squall lines.
Temperatures will rise to spring-time levels on Wednesday, followed by falling temperatures Wednesday night right through Friday morning. Not as cold as the last arctic outbreak, but high temperatures not getting above the 30’s through early next week.
A storm is modeled to move from the Canadian Rockies, arriving on the east coast by late Saturday, but the models have been overdoing the last few storms – they’ve been turning out weaker than forecast, but stay tuned.