Rain expected to let up after wet weekend

Tuesday, December 1, 2015
Above, Town Branch adjacent to Huntsville St., rolls over a low-water bridge that it normally runs underneath. Below, although no official rain totals were available, this gauge shows well over three inches. (Photo by David Bell/Carroll County News)

This week's weather should be mild after a wet weekend.

Joe Sellers, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Tulsa, said Monday that Carroll County received quite a bit of rain last weekend. Sellers could not find precipitation totals for Carroll County but said Kingston in neighboring Madison County received 2.43 inches of rain between Friday and Sunday.

Now, Sellers said, the rain should be on its way out.

"We're done with the rain. There might be a little drizzle going on right now, but any measurable rainfall is done," Sellers said.

He reported that temperatures should be mild this week, saying highs will be up to the low 50s and lows will be up to the mid-30s.

Next week, Sellers continued, the county might experience another round of precipitation.

"It might rain coming into late next weekend," Sellers said.

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