A familiar pattern ahead

Good Friday, everyone. We have a weak cold front sliding southward across the state today and this will give some areas a bit of a break from the scattered storms. That break will carry us into the state of the weekend, but more storms are lurking for later Sunday.

Highs today will range from the low to mid 80s with scattered showers and storms. The threat for boomers slowly shifts southward during the day as the front settles in. Just like we’ve seen in recent days, any storm that goes up can put down a lot of water.

Track away:


Current temperatures

The cold front can only make it so far south before stalling out on Saturday. The threat for a storm or two will be located across far southern and western parts of the area:


Our boundary will then slip back to the north as a warm front and that means humidity levels will take off again. It’s a very warm and humid pattern settling in from Sunday through much of next week. Highs will be well into the 80s with lows in the 60s.

The threat for storms will join the muggy party:

GFS 2The storm chance will hang tough through the end of next week and may ramp up. This looks to lead us into a very wet June across our part of the world.

Make it a great Friday and take care.

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