Tonight – Showers? Probably Not
Early today, models were flirting with sending us some rain and a few thunderstorms. They’ve since backed off that pro-rain idea. We’re seeing showers and thunderstorms slowly begin to appear to our south, and drift very slowly north toward us. However, if you look at the water vapor imagery, we look relatively dry. I’m not real confident we’ll see anything tonight. Our NWS thinks our rain chances tonight are pretty small.
As usual, just check the current radar:
Friday – More Showers and Maybe a Few Strong Thunderstorms – H: 84° L: 67°
We can expect above normal temperatures and more scattered showers in the afternoon. Rain is expected in the morning. With dew points in the upper 60s, pop-up showers and thunderstorms will remain in the region through afternoon and evening hours.
Saturday – Mostly Cloudy with Showers and Thunderstorms – H: 84° L: 66°
Showers from the west will be possible around 6:00 am, with the threat of rain continuing all day. A few short breaks are expected here and there, according to the GFS Model. Muggy conditions will continue with calm southerly winds. The rain will linger into Sunday.
Extended Forecast: Rain chances will last through the weekend into next week.
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