Heat climate and heavy rain might trigger flooding

Heat climate and heavy rain might trigger flooding

Tuesday, it will be sunny and cold, with a high near 14, the weather service said.

Temperatures dove from the high 50s early Friday to the low 30s by midday, with the wind chill reaching the low 20s midday at the Marion Municipal Airport, according to National Weather Service measurements.

The National Weather Service said two to five inches of snow accumulations are expected along with slippery road conditions.

Heavy rain is expected to move into the tri-town Friday and Saturday, with totals between 1.5-3 inches expected.

The rain is expected to taper off Saturday afternoon, when temperatures will likely plummet about 30 degrees, the National Weather Service said. From 1 to 2 inches of snow are possible. "Clear them of snow and ice, look on their properties as well if they have low areas that tend to collect water". Monday carries the potential for light snow.

Winter Weather Advisory Bradford, Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga and Wayne Counties from 9 PM Friday until 4 PM Saturday.

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The cold returns in force Saturday night when a low of 11 is predicted along with wind chills as low as 0.

Sunday's forecast calls for mostly sunny skies with a high of 53 and an overnight low of 25.

Sunday night: A 50 percent chance of snow after midnight.

The King County Flood Warning Center closed at 10:45 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 12, after a brief opening to monitor minor flooding along the Tolt River.

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