Good Sunday to one and all. We continue to deal with rounds of showers and thunderstorms kicking back in across the region. This is a very stormy pattern ahead and it may bring heavy rain and strong storms. Basically, it’s more of the same.
A cold front is dropping in from the northwest today, bringing rounds of showers and storms with it. These storms have the potential to put down very heavy rain in a short amount of time. A few of these storms may also be strong or severe. Here’s our Sunday Severe Weather Outlook from the Storm Prediction Center:
Here are your storm tracking tools for the day:
The forecast is pretty straight forward from here as rounds of showers and thunderstorms continue to target the region for the foreseeable future. Heavy rainfall will likely cause some flooding issues from time to time over the next few weeks. The rainfall numbers continue to be off the charts:
The Ensembles continue to be all aboard the rain train during this same time. Check out how much of our region is forecast to have above normal rains during this time:
This above normal rain pattern is because we are stuck in a temperature battle zone between warmth in the southeast and the cool just to our west and north:
That looks a lot like the same temperature pattern we’ve been stuck in for more than a year now. It’s no wonder record setting rains have been common around here.
Make it a great Sunday and take care.