Canceled at 8:46 PM: the Flash Flood Watch, which was originally set to expire at 6 AM Sunday.
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Details & Discussion
Rainfall totals were less than expected.
Sunday – Rain Ending, Much Colder, Few Lingering Showers – Wake Up 52°, Then Temps Falling
The cold front will be arriving Sunday, cutting temperatures by 15° in 12 hours. We are forecast to wake up to temperatures at 52°, but then temps will circle the drain to 37° by 6 PM. Winds will be strong, such that by 9 PM Sunday night, the wind chill will be 20°. That’s a far cry from the 60°s we saw Saturday.
HRRR and NAM4 models predict a few light showers to drive by tomorrow afternoon. No big deal. Mostly a nuisance among the strong winds (gusting to 23 mph), adding to a developing blerg.
Next Week – So. Cold.
A dry week. The big story will be a massive high-pressure center settling in mid-week, seen here:
Thursday morning’s low temperatures are forecast in the single digits.
Our forecast low temperature for Thursday is:
The GFS model shows wind chill values Thursday morning at -6°:
Unfortunately, the European model agrees.
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