Current Temps and Radar
Tonight: Scattered Showers and Storms
Expect the rain and storms to continue as we head into the evening and overnight hours.
Here’s the HRRR model at 12 AM:
The overall severe threat is not high. In fact, it’s just a “general thunderstorm” risk. However, as we saw earlier this evening, small hail and strong winds are very possible with some storms.
Thursday – More Rain Early, PM Break – Wake Up: 59°, High: 73°
If you’re up early tomorrow, you’ll probably run into…more rain…just like this morning…
I am happy to say that models are coming to some agreement on a wet start tomorrow, but a somewhat drier afternoon.
Here’s the wet start around 5 AM, which may include some thunderstorms:
Rain/storms will be out by late morning, and we’ll just be left with some scattered showers in the afternoon:
As per every day this week, the rain chance never really goes away, so showers are likely overnight.
Friday – Another Day, Another Rain Chance – Wake Up: 60°, High: 76°
Our next rainmaker/low pressure system gets cranked up on Friday to our west.
The chance of rain for us on Friday remains, though I don’t think we will see too much measurable rainfall.
Here’s 1 PM:
A weak disturbance will be on its way out, and we won’t be under the influence of that low juuuuust yet. But, there will be plenty of moist air available for showers to pop up.
It will be another dreary day regardless.
Things will change Saturday as that low pressure system approaches. It’s a bit too soon to talk about exact timing. Just plan for a washout of a weekend.
Extended: Wet Weekend Ahead
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