Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Tonight – Sunny, but a Few Showers Possible Late – 70s today, 60s tonight
A light shower may arrive late tonight. The RAP thinks that’ll be after midnight:
Any rain should be gone in the morning. It’s unlikely to be enough to rain anything out Tuesday.
Tuesday – Volcanic Eruption with Lava, Global Superstorm, Godzilla – AM Low 56 : 350 PM High
Wait, sorry, that was for Virginia.
Tuesday – Partly Sunny – AM Low 53 : 76 PM High
Later This Week
We are currently not technically outlooked for severe weather by the Storm Prediction Center. This may change. Check out the forecast location of the low pressure center “L” Friday morning:
Remember, we would prefer that “L” to be further north, which would decrease our strong/severe weather concerns.
Right now, the best thinking on the timing for any strong/severe weather is Thursday night/overnight Friday/Friday morning.
WxNerds will enjoy this run of the GFS model, showing dew points in the upper 60s (!!) Friday afternoon, as the cold front sweeps west to east:
The storm system should clear out by Friday night, but not before we see 1″ to 2″ of rain falling mostly Thursday night and Friday:
The weekend looks nice, with high temps in the 60s. There is a mention of isolated showers Sunday, with another round of storms possible Monday. But, first storms first : )
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