Good Thursday, everybody. Rounds of showers and storms have been abundant this week, and a few more are on the way today. While the action isn’t as widespread, a few boomers may put down torrential rains.
This continues to be part of a much wetter than normal setup across our part of the world. This has been an incredibly wet year that shows little signs of letting up.
As a matter of fact, the seasonal models show above normal rainfall continuing through the middle of September:
The CFS isn’t quite as generous, but has our region above normal:
Here’s a breakdown of the weather over the next week:
– A storm or two will be noted today into Friday, with temps outside the storms in the 80s for highs.
– Showers and storms increase a bit over the weekend, with a few strong storms and heavy rains a possibility.
– Temps rebound early next week and may feel toasty for a day or two.
– A cold front takes care of that, dropping in from the northwest by the middle of the week. That brings more widespread shower and storm action our way, with cooler air to follow.
Speaking of shower and storm action, I have you all set to track today’s thunderstorms:
Make it a great Thursday and take care.