Weather from NBC Storm Team 4 — Updated 12:30 a.m., April 21, 2015

We continued to see very heavy rain and severe storms moving through the region Monday overnight into Tuesday. These storms will continue through about 11 p.m. Monday in parts of the region. The main threat for these storms was the wind, the very heavy rain and the hail. Winds to 60 mph are possible, as well as hail the size of quarters. We have seen flash flooding, as well as more than an inch of rain falling in less than an hour in some places.


OVERNIGHT: Drying out, partly cloudy

Lows: Mid 50s
Winds: SW 5-10 mph


TOMORROW: Breezy, sunny, comfortable

Highs: Around 70
Winds: SW 5-10 mph


Wednesday: Increasing clouds, rain showers possible
Highs: Mid to Upper 60s


Thursday: All sunshine – cooler
Highs: Lower 60s


Friday: Still sunny, still cool
Highs: Lower 60s
High/Low Yesterday: 69º/55º
Precipitation: 0.83″ (LAST 24 hours as of 6am)
Normal High/Low: 68º/48º
Record High/Low: 93º(1976) / 22°(1875)
Sunrise: 6:25AM  |   Sunset: 7:50PM