Current Observations and Radar (refresh to update)
Tonight – Pop Up Rain?
Horizontal Convective Rolls are streaming west this afternoon, Crazy Ivan Style, and setting of a few isolated showers. As I write, one’s already making rain in Bellevue.
We don’t know exactly when and where any other rainers will appear tonight, but after dark, any ongoing showers should die off. You’d be pretty unlucky to have your HS football game rained on. No strong thunderstorms are expected.
Saturday – Hot, Iso Shower Possible – High 94°
This summertime September pattern remains. NWS thinks most of the isolated shower activity will be well east of us, courtesy of weak upper low pressure centered over SE Georgia. But, with temps to 94° we aren’t ruling anything out.
A good day to
Sunday – Rain Chances Wee Bit Higher – High 91°
The best chance of rain all weekend will be Sunday with the arrival of more moisture/humidity.
Still, our chances are small. Just be weather aware. Can’t rule out thunderstorms, but strong storms aren’t forecast.
Conserve energy, be efficient.
Labor Day – Drier, Only a Small Chance of Rain – High 91°
Summery. Rain chances still pretty small.
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