More Hit or Miss Showers, But Not A Washout

Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)

Current Radar Loop

Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)

Tonight/Overnight – Few Thunderstorms Likely – 10 PM Temp 68

Isolated thunderstorms are likely late tonight/while we sleep. The Storm Prediction Center has us just outside its “slight” risk of severe thunderstorms:

SPC Day 1

That said, there is a small risk of hail and/or damaging winds.

We are not expected to be washed out…unless you’re unlucky enough to be randomly selected for a strong shower.

This forecasted radar loop is from 4 PM Friday through 1 AM Saturday.

Saturday – Isolated Showers & Thunderstorms- Wake Up 63, High 79

The greatest threat for showers and thunderstorms will be before 8 AM, then we will have “hit or miss” showers for the rest of the day.

spc day 2

We will remain cloudy all day. Our high temp will struggle to get into the upper 70s.

If you are headed to Steeplechase, have rain gear handy, but we’re probably going to escape the steady, soaking rain we feared earlier in the week.

Sunday – Small Chance of Showers – Wake Up 64, High 81

It will be mostly cloudy, with winds out of the south at 10- 15 mph, and gusts up to 20 mph.

Showers will again be hit or miss…there is a chance we will not see a single drop of rain on Sunday.

Extended Forecast:


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