Tonight: More Clouds Developing, Rain Coming Late – Temps Stay in the 60°s
Throughout the remainder of the afternoon, clouds will be forming ahead of the next rain system currently sitting west of the Mississippi River.
These showers and potential thunderstorms are moving at a very slow rate currently.
NAM and GFS think some showers may approach before midnight:
HRRR shows a few showers before midnight, but the majority of the heavier rain holding off until the early AM hours tomorrow:
The rain will start tonight; however, we should be able to get any late afternoon/evening activities in before the rain comes. Majority of the rain will come after midnight since the line of showers is moving so slowly.
Thursday: Rain Throughout the Day – Wake Up 60° High 73°
Tomorrow will be a fairly wet day. GFS and Euro show showers pretty consistently throughout the entire day.
NAM 4 shows spotty periods of rainfall with more rain developing during the day:
The greatest chance for any minor storms will be in the mid-afternoon to evening time frame. We are not expecting any severe storms with this rainfall event, but an isolated thunderstorm could develop.
Winds could also begin to act up. Expecting winds to stay between 5-15 mph with the occasional gust up to 20 mph.
Some rain should linger into the evening through the early morning hours Friday.
NAM4 displays the rain late:
Friday: Rain Early, Clearing by Afternoon – Wake Up 58° High 75°
NAM4 and Euro models agree showers will linger through the night into the AM hours:
Rain should begin to clear by the afternoon hours. A few clouds will remain throughout the remainder of the day into the evening.
By the end of all the rain, we are expecting to see about 1″ of total rainfall:
Weekend Outlook: Another Great Weekend Ahead
Fantastic double play weather for Saturday and Sunday.
The next three days will give us a break from the high allergy values. Thursday, with the rain, we will get a very nice relief from our allergies.
Here’s your 5-Day Allergy Forecast from pollen.com
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