***Areal Flood Watches in effect for the following counties until Wednesday:
(MI) Hillsdale, Lenawee, Monroe,
(OH) Williams, Fulton, Lucas, Ottawa, Defiance, Henry, Wood, Paulding, Putnam, Van Wert & Allen
Have the rain gear ready this week!
We will have several rounds or rain over the next couple of days with on and off showers starting today.
Temperatures will be climbing all the way to the upper 50s.
Showers will continue through the night. Watch for puddles on the roads.
Temperatures will be stable through the night in the mid 50s.
Record warmth overnight and into Tuesday. Highest minimum low 43° (1994)
Soaking rain will remain today with heavy downpours at times.
Winds will increase, gusting at times. Blowing rain and reduced visibility likely.
We make a run at record breaking weather for a high as we hit the upper 60s. Current set at 66° (1930).
THERE IS A FLOOD WARNING IN EFFECT FOR:
1. Tiffin River (near Stryker affecting Defiance, Fulton and Williams Counties)
a. Several rural buildings flood and flooding begins to affect residents in the village of Stryker. Many roads become impassible.
b. * This crest compares to a previous crest of 14.5 feet which occurred on May 31 2011.
2. Saint Joseph River (below Montpelier affecting Williams County)
a. Several roadways are closed including County Road 10 at County Road K.
b. * This crest compares to a previous crest of 15.5 feet which occurred on Dec 1 2011.
**The Blanchard and the Maumee Rivers may also be equally affected**
Meteorologist Allison Peters
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