Current Observations and Radar (refresh to update)
Tonight – Rain, Weak Thunderstorms
HRRR previews our evening and the wee hours of the morning.
Notice this model thinks the rain will depart in time for the morning rush hour.
Storms tonight aren’t expected to be severe, but heavy rain and flooding in the usual spots remains possible. Lightning is likely, mostly before 8 PM.
Thursday – Clearing Out? Maybe – High 83°
Weather models disagree about whether it’ll rain beginning mid-morning through the day and into the evening.
I’m betting/hoping it’ll all clear out by noon, and we can get some good voting in.
Friday – Afternoon/Evening Rain – High 83°
Fancy weather terms With humidity still hanging around and a strong cold front arriving, scattered/numerous showers and maybe some storms will be possible Friday afternoon and evening.
Saturday, the cold air will be finally arriving, but we may see some post-frontal showers lingering during the day as the colder air filters in. The high temp will be 69°.
Sunday looks cool and spectacular.
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