Mother Nature is full of surprises and one of them will be a winter high temperature near 60 degrees on January 30.
Afternoon and evening rain Wednesday could be heavy, producing one to two inches and possible thunderstorms in a six-hour period, according to a hazardous weather outlook from the National Weather Service.
The WFMZ forecast also calls for a warm day and some heavy rain.
The National Weather Service calls for morning fog and thunder and lightning that is predicted to occur mostly after 4 p.m.
The heaviest rain -- possibly up to 2 inches -- could occur Wednesday night, the Weather Service says. It has added a flash flood watch to the day's forecast, as well.