Good Friday, folks. We have made it to the end of the start of Mother’s Day Weekend and the weather is leaving a lot to be desired. A slow-moving front will lead to rounds of rain rolling in here through Sunday night.
Let us start with today and roll forward. Morning showers will become more isolated in the afternoon and evening. Temps will range from the upper 60s to low 70s. Here are your Friday radars to track whatever is out there:
A wave or two of low pressure will develop and roll northeastward along the stalled front this weekend. That could bring some heavy rains into part of the state, especially in the southeast:
That’s almost a wintertime looking setup as much colder air dives into our region. Check out the temperature departures through the middle of next week:
Tuesday morning looks to be the coldest morning with some readings around 40:
Can some pockets of upper 30s show up? That’s a possibility.
Have a fantastic Friday and take care.