Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temps & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Saturday – Cloudy & Rain Late – Afternoon High 66
Could see some stray showers before and around the lunch hour, but, it turns out yesterday’s Euro model was right, and all the rain is moving well south of us.
The main threat of rain is late tonight.
HRRR model Saturday 8 am – 5 pm:
Tonight, the rain really shows up. Here’s the Hi-Res NAM model Sunday midnight – 7 am:
Most of the models are in agreement that rain will arrive after midnight, with the majority of it falling before sunrise Sunday.
Sunday – Cloudy Then Clearing – Morning Low 38 / Afternoon High 51
Models are pointing to wet roads for church in the AM, but the rain should be over or ending around noon.
Things will be a little nippy, with a chilly north wind blowing at 10 – 15 mph sustained, 25 mph gusts possible.
#SpringFail starts Sunday:
It’s OK to be a little upset. Things are not going to get much better.
Monday – Cool & Clear – Morning Low 29 / Afternoon High 53
#SpringFail continues. We’ll be 10 degrees below our average for this time of year.
Official Extended NWS Forecast:
We could see a few flakes of sNOw Tuesday morning… Go away WINTER!
GFS Model temperature anomaly Tuesday 7:00 am – Thursday 1:00 pm:
There is a time Wednesday we will be 25 below our average. That is twenty-five (the deep purple colors) BELOW AVERAGE!
Notice the above average temps to our west trying to migrate its way here by the weekend. Don’t lose hope. #SpringFail won’t last forever.
This guy knows how not give up!
(Editor’s Note: I don’t get this)
The 3 month temperature outlook came out from the Climate Prediction Center this week. Gives us a 33% chance of seeing above average temps.
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