Here we go again

Good Friday, folks. Many of us are catching a short-lived break from the stormy weather, but that’s about to change in a hurry. Rounds of strong thunderstorms will rumble back in here later this evening and continue on and off through the weekend. This will bring more of what we’ve been dealing with for a while now.

Before the storms arrive, our Friday is actually pretty decent with highs in the low 80s for many. A mix of sun and clouds will soon give way to some thunderstorms diving in from the northwest later this evening into tonight. These storms could be big time wind makers and that’s something we will really need to be on guard for.

The Storm Prediction Center is highlighting much of the state in the severe weather risk through this evening:

This setup should carry us through Saturday and Sunday a boundary remains across the region:

No, it’s not going to rain all the time, but when it does, it’s gonna put it down! Some areas may pick up on several more inches of rain during this time.

Showers and storms should hang around into early next week.

As always, the blog is set up to become your one stop shop for storm tracking:

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Possible watch areas
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Have a great Friday and take care.

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