The HRRR is still calling for periods of rain between 4pm Friday and 2am Saturday:
The HRRR has been overdoing the precip all day, and I expect that trend will continue tonight. We had 0.8″ forecast, but only 0.31″ is in the can now. More to come tonight (as you can see above). I think we will end up around 0.4″ to 0.5″.
Saturday – 58/70
Most of the models are shutting off the rain while we sleep tonight. A few models hang on to inconsequential, light, and scattered showers through mid morning, but confidence is increasing we will be dry almost all day. Fog is more likely than rain in the morning.
The Quantitative Prediction Forecast (from NOAA) waves goodbye to our rain by 7am tomorrow. The models agree:
Tomorrow prepare for damp/wet ground, and plan to bring an umbrella tomorrow, but I don’t think we’ll see much — if any — rain at tomorrow’s festivals, 5Ks, graduations, soccer/baseball/flag football/lacrosse/cricket games, Steeplechase, etc. I’ll send out an update early in the morning so you’ll have a better idea what you’ll need for the day. Meanwhile,
A secondary, reinforcing cold front arrives tomorrow night, but none of the models are bringing rain with it.
Sunday – 47/64
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