Low pressure departing the Central Plains continues tracking in our direction with a nearly stationary front just down to our South. As this system slides through the region, we'll
see an abundance of moisture come along for the ride. Look for round after round of showers and thunderstorms with the potential of a couple to a few inches of rain during the period. This persistent precipitation falling on already saturated or frozen ground could lead to flooding. Winds will whip out of the Northeast with gusts to 30 miles per hour or so. Those breezes will also put a continued cap on temperatures. Highs will only reach the upper 30s to lower 40s for the next several days. That's about 10 degrees below the seasonal average of 51 degrees.
Stay dry and have a great Wednesday!