YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – THIS MORNING: It will be cloudy with drizzle possible at times. It’s warm, with temperatures in the mid- to upper-40s.
WET ROADS: Mahoning and Lawrence County saw the most rain over the last 24 hours., with close to a half inch. Expect wet roads throughout the Valley.
HEAVY RAIN TONIGHT: Rain picks up in intensity into Thursday afternoon and tonight. It will be up to a half inch by sunset with another inch of rain possible into Friday morning.
LOCALIZED FLOODING AND FLOOD WATCH: An areal flood watch goes active at 6 p.m. Thursday for Columbiana County. “Areal” means flooding could occur anywhere, not just near a river or stream.
STRONG WINDS POSSIBLE LATE EVENING: Future radar is showing a line of heavy rain crossing the area into the late evening hours. We could see gusty straight-line winds. A few embedded thunderstorms are also possible before the cold front sweeps east overnight.
TUMBLING TEMPERATURES: Mild early Friday morning, temperatures will be in the lower-40s. Temperatures will fall into the upper-20s by mid-afternoon.
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