The green on the above radar is clutter.
Monday – Thursday: Woooo Streaking!
Low 80°s, no rain, Monday through Thursday. The opposite of last Thursday through Saturday’s frustrating upper level low.
A surface low pressure system will spin across the Great Lakes, dragging a cold front behind it. This low will be centered waaaay too far north to cause us any strong/severe weather problems. There’s a chance of maybe some thunder, but the main impact will be some rain.
How much rain? Less than 0.25″ is the best guess right now, perfectly timed to put us on Saturday games rain-out alert. It should end sometime Saturday morning. Don’t fixate on the ETAs. These are just estimates right now. Stay tuned for more info.
The front will cut temps by 10° or 15°. Highs hovering around 70°, with crisp/cool nights.
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