Today's weather will feature cloudy skies with isolated showers. Chances for light rain will increase tonight into Wednesday. Gusty northwesterly winds could bring a light rain/snow mix on Wednesday in the Evansville Tri-State area, but no snow accumulation is expected.
Expect slow clearing today, although much of the Evansville tri-state area will likely hold onto clouds and flurries through much of the day. Rain spreads back into the region on Sunday, but the heaviest of the rain will hold off until Sunday night.
Rain showers, mainly around the Evansville Tri-state, will continue into the night. Brief mixing of non-accumulating snow is possible. Saturday will bring partial clearing while Sunday brings another low chance of light rain, primarily in Western Kentucky.
[9:22 AM Friday, Jan. 1] Flood warnings are in effect for the Evansville Tri-State area and the Cape Girardeau area due to this morning's heavy rain. Watch for swollen streams and flooding in low spots. Turn around if you encounter a flooded road! #tristatewx #MOwx #ILwx
Tonight there is a chance of a light wintry mix of rain, sleet, and snow, with the best chances in the Evansville Tri-State area and the Pennyrile of Kentucky. No impacts to travel are expected, but there may be a dusting on grass and elevated surfaces.
Scattered thunderstorms with heavy rain will be possible through late tonight. Light rain showers, possibly mixing with snow, will be possible in the Evansville Tri-State area Sunday. It will also be breezy, with wind gusts up to 35 mph.
Periods of showers and thunderstorms are possible tonight and Saturday. Some of the showers could produce locally heavy rain. A gusty thunderstorm is possible late Saturday afternoon. It will be breezy and cloudy on Sunday, with a few showers in the Evansville Tri-State area.
Areas of heavy rain are still occurring as is isolated flooding. Winds are expected to increase as the center of former TS Olga moves northwards towards our area with the strongest winds on the east side of the storm (the Pennyrile and Evansville Tri-State).
Severe drought (D2) has expanded in the Evansville Tri-state region (Warrick, Spencer, Vanderburgh, and Henderson Counties). Otherwise, not much change with the latest Drought Outlook released this morning. #kywx #tristatewx
Our remaining shower and thunderstorm activity will clear out this evening. Tomorrow will be cloudier in the Ohio-Mississippi confluence region than the Evansville Tri-State. A chance of storms returns Sunday for W Kentucky and SEMO. Highs will be below average this weekend.
A few severe storms are possible mainly across the Evansville Tri State this afternoon & evening. Damaging winds will be the primary threat.
Use caution if travelling this evening, as many roads remain snow or ice covered due to ongoing wintry precipitation. The heaviest precip is currently falling over the Evansville Tri-State region in the form of sleet and freezing rain. #tristatewx #ilwx #kywx
6 PM Update: Strong to severe thunderstorms continue over parts of southeast Missouri. We’re also closely watching the Evansville Tri-State area for rapid thunderstorm development over the next 1-2 hours. Stay weather aware this evening.
Some shower/storm activity continues to drift eastward, mainly across Evansville Tri-State area.
Significant weather advisories continue for up to nickel hail and wind gusts to 50 mph for the Evansville tri-state area.