Weather whiplash! That's how different it will feel over the course of 24 hours as a strong front crosses the region.
As expected, most of us experienced heavy rain Tuesday morning. We'll see a bit of a lull early this afternoon before the front itself moves through this evening. A few stronger storms are possible.
The main threat with this system are strong winds and downpours leading to localized flooding.
Significantly colder air rushes in tonight and temperatures will plummet in a short amount of time.
The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning from 3 a.m. until 9 a.m. Wednesday for much of the area.
Expect lows in the 30s and strong northerly winds, which will make it feel even colder.