Tracking the strong storms threat

Good Thursday, everyone. We have a cold front moving into the state and bringing the potential for some big thunderstorms. These boomers can produce some very heavy rainfall for some folks.

I will have your tracking tools in a bit.

The cold front moving through here will slow down into Friday. That front might be a little farther south compared to what I was thinking earlier in the week. That would still mean some scattered showers and storms, but it might keep the heaviest rain just to our south.

Here’s the GFS for Friday into Saturday:


A better feel to the air should move in over the weekend, with lower humidity and just a scattered storm threat.

Those storms might increase early next week as heat tries to build in from the west. Rounds of thunderstorms could dive in from the northwest. After that, the heat might really be on:


The end of next week into the following week might see a big-time increase in heat and humidity.

In the short term, it’s all about the storm tracking:

Latest Day 1 convective outlook

Current watches
Current Watches

Possible watch areas
Current MDs

Make it a great day and take care.

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