TOLEDO (WTOL) - Rain showers will be likely this morning, ending from west to east through late morning. Many areas received over 1" of rainfall last night with most of Putnam, Hancock, Seneca and Sandusky counties over 2" of rain. Findlay has received 2.5" of rain and is currently experiencing high water and flooding.

A flood warning is in effect for the Blanchard river for “Moderate” Flood stage. The river will crest at 12.3 ft tonight. This type of flooding is common after heavy rain in the spring. Minor river flooding on all other area rivers.

Most notable, this may bring a delay in the spring planting season for area farmers.

Clouds will linger through noon followed by much brighter sun arriving into the afternoon. Temperature will stay steady in the low 60s with frequent wind gusts of 30-40 mph through the afternoon. Clear skies this evening, very chilly tonight with lows back in the middle 30s.

If you need weekend sunshine, the first few hours of early on Saturday will be bright with the clouds quickly increasing by noon. Late day showers will arrive, mainly after 4 pm and last into the evening.

It is very possible wet snowflakes mix in Saturday night through the darkness hours of Sunday morning. Little if any accumulation.

First Alert Forecast: Cool weekend ahead, Rain to snow chances
Little if any accumulation

However, part of lower Michigan, closer to I-94 could see several inches of snow!

First Alert Forecast: Cool weekend ahead, Rain to snow chances
Likely across I-94 in Michigan

Morning showers are possible end near daybreak on Sunday along with a gusty and brisk wind. This may impact the start of the Glass City Marathon. Dry weather returns into Sunday afternoon along with some sunshine. Highs both weekend days will be cooler, back in the 50s.