Last night almost all of us saw gusty winds and heavy rain. We were fortunate severe weather mostly avoided our two counties. However, those winds were legit.
Today, we’ll see more rain but not the severe chances we had yesterday.
For this morning, The HRRR (above) shows a smattering of brief but intense showers polka dotting the map. It’s hard to say who will get what and when. Things get slightly more organized when front moves closer this afternoon. These more organized storms are not likely to turn severe for us, as most of the instability is well east of I-65.
Friday night plans? Even after the bulk of the rain moves east, hit or miss showers are still possible.
Saturday brings a change. Our day starts overcast with some likely mushy ground. As the day goes on, temps rise into the upper 60s and the sun will start to emerge. It will be the nicest day we’ve had in a little while.
If you’re looking for something fun to do Today or Saturday, check out the Harding Art Show hosted on the campus of Harding Academy. Cocktails and Small Bites on Friday Night, and Family Day on Saturday!
Next Week… Sunday is going to be pretty sweet. Sunny and mid 70s. After that. Summer. Full blown, 90º summer. I’m not excited to talk about it, because it is still early May and I’m bitter, but whatever. It’s going to be hot.
Weather changes constantly.
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