Light showers will arrive through the day as “I-24 Specials,” our term for weather that comes down the tracks of I-24 from Kentucky. The HRRR thinks these showers will not increase in intensity on our radar scopes during the day. In fact, they may struggle as they come through. The 13z run of the HRRR through 9:00 pm:
This model thinks we’ll only see a few hundredths of an inch of precip today, which wouldn’t be enough to swamp ball fields. Do I trust the HRRR entirely? Not entirely. Could we have more rain today? It’s possible. Stay tuned for conditions on your local fields or outdoor event places.
The northwest flow continues Wednesday, but models think most of the rain will miss us to the SW.
The good news is that temps have moderated from the oppressive heat we saw a few weeks ago. Temps should hover in the upper 80s.
No hazardous weather is expected in the next 7 days.
Weather changes constantly.
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