Tropical rains on the way

Good Thursday, folks. It’s another day of scattered showers and storms that could be a little on the strong side. The main threat comes later Friday and Saturday in the form of the leftovers of Tropical Storm Bill.

That system is loaded with tropical moisture and could bring some very heavy rains to parts of our region. The map below from one of our computer models shows the deepest moisture:

GFS

That’s basically showing the core of the system rolling right on top of the state late Friday through Saturday. That could really ramp up the high-water potential and is something to keep a very close eye on.

Temps stay steamy into Sunday, as highs push 90. Rounds of storms might try to fire up and dive at us from the northwest into early next week:

Special1Later next week, temps take off and could reach the low and middle 90s for a few days.

In the meantime, let’s get back to our regularly scheduled storm tracking program:

 

 

Thursday’s risk area

Latest Day 1 convective outlook

Current watches

Current Watches

Possible watch areas Current MDs

 

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