This morning’s rain has come to and end. For the bulk of today, we’ll stay dry with thick clouds remaining overhead. These clouds will help to keep us cool with a high around 47°.
More rain will arrive this evening as a low pressure center slides eastward from the Great Plains. The HRRR and NAM both think the rain should arrive around 9 PM. Our forecast low is 39°.
As the low pressure continues its march east, we’ll be soggy all day Friday. Heavy, widespread rain through the midday hours, with rain chances decreasing into the evening. The NAM shows the rain pushing off to the northeast by the midnight hours Saturday.
Rain will keep us relatively cool with a high temperature hovering in the low 50°s.
Drying Out By Saturday & Sunday
The weekend weather has our…….
Rain should be gone by Saturday morning, beginning a dry weekend. Morning low’s in the 30°s, easily warming into the upper 50°s for both Saturday and Sunday. Sunday may even get into the lower 60°s.
If you plan to be outdoors, it’s looking great!
Wet weather could return Monday with the arrival of another cold front, but we’ll keep you posted as the next work week draws nearer!