Good Friday, folks. We continue to track another big blast of fall temps, sweeping in behind a strong cold front. This front is on top of the region today, bringing more showers and storms to the region.
A broken line of storms is likely along our boundary and some of the storms may be strong. The best chance for that is across the eastern half of the state, where the Storm Prediction Center has a small severe weather risk. Here are the tracking tools for the day:
The storms will end quickly from west to east this afternoon and early evening. Winds will be very gusty as temps drop from the 70s to the upper 50s and low 60s by late Friday evening.
Saturday morning lows will be near 50 in several areas with highs topping out in the 70s.
Clouds will quickly increase on Sunday with showers and storms moving in later in the afternoon. This action will carry us into early next week:
Heavy rainfall is a good bet in that type of scenario.
Temps stay well below normal next week, with another big rain maker likely showing up during the second half of the week.
As mentioned before, this is a cool and wet pattern for the first half of August.
Make it a great day and take care.