Good Thursday, everyone. We’ve had one heck of a nice weather run across our region over the past few weeks. It’s looking more and more as if Thursday might be the last day of that run. Shower chances are going to increase Friday as our weather goes in reverse.
We’re going to be watching the eastern sky for clouds and showers to increase as we get deeper into Friday. A big area of low pressure is anchored across the East Coast and is going to throw some juice our way. Rounds of showers could carry us into Saturday and Sunday.
The latest rainfall map from the NAM model is impressed with the rain through Saturday:
Daytime highs Friday and Saturday will likely be held into the low 70s because of the clouds and scattered showers.
Things will calm down a bit early next week, but another cold front swings in from the northwest by the middle of the week. This might tap into some moisture from the Gulf of Mexico:
Make it a great day and take care.