FIRST ALERT WEATHER DAY THURSDAY: High water and flooding concerns

Wet, chilly, and raw before rain tapers Friday morning.

Meteorologist Frank Marzullo's Thursday morning forecast


Heavy rain is in the forecast through tonight.

Showers will be heavy and widespread for the morning commute and scattered and lighter for the trip home.

Rain totals will approach 1.5″ to 3.5″ before it all tapers.

Localized flooding could be a problem along with very slow traffic.

Daytime highs on Thursday stay in the low 50′s.

The rain comes to an end before dawn Friday morning and the sky will slowly clear during the day. Friday afternoon through Sunday morning will be dry but Sunday from late morning into evening a few scattered showers are possible.

We will likely see widespread frost Saturday morning and there is a good chance of widespread, killing frost, along with a hard freeze is some spots Monday morning.

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