Good Thursday, folks. We are finally seeing an increase in showers and thunderstorms across our part of the world. This action could signal a change to much stormier for the next couple of weeks.
Thursday’s action looks fairly scattered, with some breaks in between. Highs should reach the middle 70s in most areas. Your daily dose of weather tacking tools has you covered:
A much greater chance of showers and thunderstorms sweeps in Thursday night and the first half of Friday. Some locally heavy rain will be possible, and the high-res NAM is showing some good coverage:
Highs will be near 70 on Friday.
The weekend continues to look wonderful, with partly to mostly sunny skies in the region. Highs will be in the 70- to 75-degree range for Saturday, and near 80 by Sunday.
The pattern for next week could throw rounds of showers and thunderstorms our way. The European model shows the daily threat:
The next two weeks worth of rain on the GFS indicates a very stormy pattern from the Mississippi Valley into our part of the world:
Make it a fantastic day and take care.