Greater Lowell will see a high near 60 degrees Friday, with rain, thunderstorms and areas of fog, according to the National Weather Service. From basements flooding in Revere to Boston's waterfront disappearing under a tidal surge, a forecast of heavy rain on top of the piles of snow is not a welcome one. Wind chill values as low as minus 5 degrees.
After a Thursday night of heavy rain and melting snowpack, flood warnings remained in effect on Friday morning for parts of Wood, Tyler, Ohio, Hancock, Marshall, Wetzel, Brooke, Monongalia and Marion counties.
Light snow will be possible on Sunday and Sunday night into Monday, the weather service said. Snow was then forecast to begin around 2 a.m. Friday with a 90 percent chance of precipitation. Partly sunny, with a high near 34.
He said Clinton County Emergency Services is ready for whatever the upcoming severe weather event brings.
Rain drenched Marion County beginning around 5 a.m. Friday before turning to sleet and freezing rain by 1 p.m., with snow expected that evening and overnight. We will have partly cloudy skies with highs in the teens and 20s.
For the weekend, meteorologists were predicting mostly cloudy skies Saturday and a slight chance of snow Sunday night, with temperatures remaining below freezing, according to the National Weather Service. "Clear them of snow and ice, look on their properties as well if they have low areas that tend to collect water". Mostly sunny, with a high near 20.