This afternoon’s storms announced the arrival of the cold front. Storms were briefly angry:
Winds that were south at 5 MPH at 8:53 AM turned north at 8 MPH by 3:53 PM (by then, 0.43″ of rain fell). The cold front is here.
The storms are gone, but more off-and-on rain is expected tonight. Here’s the HRRR model . . .
. . . or just check the radar, above.
Not only will we be wet tonight, but increasingly chilly. Temps will drop into the low 60°s with a slight N wind. This isn’t a summer rainer.
Saturday – Clearing Around Sunrise, Then Nice – Wake Up 57° High 72°
Sunday – Yes, Please – Wake Up 48° High 76°
The winds will actually turn a wee bit south, warming us up again. Remember, it’s roller coaster temp season.
No rain, we’re good.
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