Good Saturday to one and all. A cold front is slowing down right on top of the region, bringing much cooler air and rounds of showers with it. This is all part of a bigger setup featuring a lot of rain in the coming days.
Let’s begin with today and roll forward. We are seeing a wide range in temps with low and mid 60s north and low and mid 70s south. Gusty showers will be noted from time to time, but it’s NOT going to rain all day. Take a poncho if you’re heading to Kroger Field as showers may increase from the southwest:
Showers and a few thunderstorms will be around Sunday, but it’s not likely to rain all day.
The setup from Monday through Wednesday continues to get more and more of my attention. It’s a potent setup for torrential rains that can cause flooding issues. It’s basically fall verses summer and we are the battle zone. Watch the repeat rain action:
The forecast models continue to be full steam ahead on some big rain numbers showing up through next week.
Those kinds of numbers can cause flooding issues to develop and could make this the wettest September on record for the state.
Have a great Saturday and take care.