Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Current Radar Loop
Temp & Rain Probabilities Next 36 Hours (auto-updating)
Monday – – Wake Up 69, High 85
Earlier today, we thought Monday would be a repeat of Sunday.
Now we think a strengthening high pressure system will decrease — but not eliminate — our rain chances tomorrow.
Here’s the NAM’s take on what the radar will look like just after noon:
Still, it’s hard to rule out an afternoon sprinkler/downpour. Dewpoints will remain in the mid-60s. Anything can pop up.
Tuesday – Partly Sunny & Chance For Showers – Wake Up 69, High 88
There will be a low pressure system tracking from the Central Plains Northeast into Canada and a trailing boundary will give us our best chance for showers.
The NAM is forecasting a band of showers will move through between 10 AM and 1 PM.
This is an image from the NAMs simulated radar at 10 AM.
As we move to the overnight hours our chance for rain will become slight.
Once again, the SPC believes none of these showers will be severe.
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