Good Friday to one and all. We have a chilly rain rolling across the region, kicking off a rather gloomy weekend for much of the region. These rains come from two different systems set to impact our weather.
Today’s rain comes at us in waves and will be locally heavy at times. Here are your radars to track the action:
Highs are generally in the upper 40s to low 50s.
Ugly weather continues through Friday and into much of Saturday. The next system zips in here on Sunday and is likely to bring high winds to the region:
Gusts of 40-45mph are possible through Sunday evening. Rain will also increase during this time.
As that system rolls eastward, temps should rebound pretty good for Tuesday into early on Halloween. Unfortunately, that’s ahead of another big storm system rolling into the region. Rain and gusty winds look to be a good bet Halloween into Thursday. Here’s the new European:
A deep trough digs in behind that and has the chance to bring our first taste of winter weather for the first weekend of November:
The Canadian has a similar thought process with both of the above systems:
The GFS is even starting to pick up on this scenario:
We shall see how that goes, but it’s an interesting look for early November.
Have a great Friday and take care.