We have had steady rainfall through the morning hours with heavy rain falling at times. The highest rain totals (noon EST) have been reported in our western and southwestern counties. Lafayette has received 0.53” of rain.
Showers will continue to fall for much of the day ahead. However, the showers will become more scattered by the afternoon and begin to taper off around 4 p.m. EST. Highs will reach the upper 40s and lower 50s. Breezy conditions through the afternoon (WSW 5-15 G 20 MPH) will create wind chills in the lower 40s.
A cold front will move over the state this evening and cloud cover will decrease overnight. Lows are going to fall back into the upper 20 and lower 30s tonight.
Thursday will bring sunshine to the area, but highs are going to be cooler in the wake of the cold front. High temperatures tomorrow will reach the lower 40s, which is nearly 10 degrees below normal for mid-November.