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(WJW) — A SOGGY Veteran’s Day. It started raining early this morning and has quit!

We need the rain and the remnants from Tropical Storm Nicole are delivering.

There is a Flood Advisory for portions of Northeast Ohio in effect.

According to the National Weather Service, between 1.5 and 2.5 inches of rain have fallen in Carroll and Tuscarawas counties. An additional 1 to 2 inches is forecast. That could cause flooding in low-lying and poor drainage areas.

More on the advisory here.

Pockets of moderate to heavy rainfall could bring flooding issues to areas with poor drainage. Check your drains on your property to make sure leaves aren’t blocking the flow. General amounts of 1-2″ expected with locally higher amounts in our eastern areas.

Next up, THE COLD and SNOW chance this weekend. Temps tumble! Going from 60° today to around 40° tomorrow. That’s a 20° drop!

Here’s the close up FUTURECAST tomorrow:

Scattered clipper + lake-driven snow showers in the forecast Saturday night through Sunday night, primarily along the lake.

Accumulations look to be minimal at this time. We know our snowbelt communities can handle 2-4″! Outside of the primary snowbelt little to no accumulation anticipated.

Pattern flip!

We go from ABOVE average temps to BELOW. Locate your winter gear, you’re going to need it in the week ahead. Watching another potential wintry mix midweek. Stay tuned.

Check out the latest 8-day forecast above.