When will you realize, rain (doesn’t) wait for you?

Wattery chances come around this afternoon and evening. HRRR model, below, thinks most of the activity will stay to our east. If this actually happens, we’ll see, these showers/storms tend to do what they please.

No severe weather concerns, but heavy rain, lightning, and some gusty winds are possible.

More rain/storm chances return Friday afternoon and evening, but I’m just a real estate novelist, who never had time for rain.

Good news and bad news. I’ll start with the bad news, before you tell me to slow down, you crazy child.

Bad news is yes, there will be some rain chances as you arrive downtown and as the regular crowd settles in. These may contain heavy rain, lightning, and some gusty winds. There is a chance that lightning does delay the show for a little, but it does not look anything like what the Swifties had to deal with. These showers/storms will be quick moving.

Good news, rain chances will decrease as the sun goes down, leaving you to a great night to listen to the Piano Man. Temps will also be rather nice, hanging around in the low 70’s.

A line of rain, maybe some storms looks to arrive in the early morning hours of Saturday. You very well may sleep through it, unless a nervous dog/child decides to wake you up.

Rain should be mostly gone by mid-morning Saturday, leaving us with a dry rest of the weekend.

Afternoon Wattery chances return early next week, but chances look relatively low for now.

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