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Wet Today, Dry Tomorrow

We’re on the tail end of the low pressure responsible for the latest rain. Nothing left but a few light showers (mostly south of I-40). Everything should be out by this evening:

HRRR Composite Reflectivity, Wed. 1pm – Wed. 8pm

NWS has backed off of forecasted highs for today… courtesy of cloudy skies. Will get more sun tomorrow as we dry out. Thursday will be more agreeable with your spring break plans. Warm temps and no rain.

Next Rain Event

Another system headed our way Friday. Rain showers, a couple storms possible. Most of the action in the morning. Will have better idea of setup/timing once HRRR comes into range. For now, here’s the GFS:

GFS Composite Reflectivity, Fri. 1am – Sat. 7am

Not expecting any severe weather with this one. Rainfall amounts look light. Just more rain. Stay tuned in case any severe weather threats crop up.

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