Tonight: Cloudy, Maybe A Small Shower
Main line of showers has moved through and continued to move to the East. Have had some showers develop to our south, bu they appear to all be tracking away from our area, which is good news for those evening plans.
Latest runs of the HRRR has us staying fairly dry for the remainder of the afternoon:
While most of the rain has past through, we are still currently under a Flash Flood Watch:
There still could be periods of heavy rainfall that could lead to some localized flooding in low lying areas. It is always better in the long run that if you are not sure if the roadway is flooded, then turn around, don’t drown.
As of right now, not many showers have developed behind the main line. If this continues, than we could see cloudy skies and be rain-free for the evening. With our saturated atmosphere, we could very well see some more showers develop. We will keep an eye on it, but for now your evening plans may be in the clear.
Cloudy skies expected to follow with temps falling back into the 70s overnight.
Friday: Mostly Cloudy, Slight Chance of Showers/Thunderstorms – Wake Up 72° High 88°
Mostly cloudy start to of our last weekend in July. May get a chance to see the sun, but cloudy skies will probably be the case through most of the day.
Temps should stay in and around the mid to upper 80s through most of the day. Dew point temps will stick in the low 70s, keeping those humid conditions around.
Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms throughout the day. Given recent trends, I’d say the morning to early afternoon hours you’ll have a better chance of not being caught in a pop-up thunderstorm. Once we hit those afternoon hours, it’ll become fair game for the atmosphere to release some showers and thunderstorms.
No severe weather is expected; just periods of heavy rainfall (which could become a problem with the already saturated grounds from Thursday), frequent lightning, and possibly some strong wind gusts.
Extended Outlook: Return to Normal, Chance of Showers Each Day
Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms throughout the weekend into the beginning of next week. Plenty of moisture available to fire off some afternoon showers and storms. Not expecting any widespread severe weather. Generally temps will be sitting around average for this time of year in the upper 80s.
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