A thunder maker on the way

Good Tuesday to one and all. We have a fairly nice day taking shape across the region, but this nice weather will soon give way to some thunderstorms. Those storms are ahead of a cold front that brings a cold blast to start the month of April.

Highs Tuesday will make a run toward 60 degrees in many areas. Highs on Wednesday will spike into the 65- to 70-degree range, with winds and clouds on the increase. This is ahead of showers and storms rolling into the region.

The NAM simulated radar from Wednesday night into Thursday:


Heavy rainfall is a good bet with that setup.

Skies try to clear up by Thursday afternoon as the cold front approaches from the west. If that’s the case,¬†highs could spike into the 70s with a possible line of strong storms by evening:

NAM 2Temps behind this look chilly, but nowhere near as cold as what recent computer model forecasts have shown. Below-normal temps could take us into the 20s for lows on Saturday:

GFS TempsThat blast of cold looks to be in and out of here pretty quickly, with above-normal readings by the middle of next week:

GFS Temps 2Enjoy your day and take care.

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