I woke up this morning to the [wonderful] smell of our turkey brine simmering on the stove. Bird’s now soaking in that goodness in the fridge. Tomorrow’s the day.
Tomorrow’s also the day when our next system brings us some very beneficial rainfall. But, can the rain hold off until you wrap up your backyard football game? Maybe.
The HRRR is now in range for Thursday into Friday morning. Loop is Thursday 9:00 am to Friday 6:00 am.
It thinks we stay dry for a good part of the day. And, when rain does arrive, it’s very light.
We’ll likely catch a break on Friday, especially in the afternoon. Rain then picks back up sometime Saturday, especially Saturday night. This is still a long way off, but GFS approximates: (Loop Noon Saturday – 3:00 am Sunday). Take this with a big grain of salt.
By Sunday morning, we could net a nice inch or inch and a half of rain on average. Your amounts may vary. We’ll take it.
Temps look to stay above freezing all the way through early next week.
Weather changes constantly.
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