Good Saturday, everyone. Our recent pattern has been one featuring rounds of showers and storms amidst periods of sun and steamy temps. Given that fact, it should come as no surprise that our weekend is full of more of the same. 🙂
Storms will develop in clusters and a few can be strong or locally severe. With so much moisture in the air, torrential rains are likely with today’s storms and that may cause local flash flooding. It’s NOT going to rain all the time and some of us may not see very much. I’ll have your tracking toys in a bit.
Showers and storms will be around on Sunday, with the greatest emphasis across the southern and eastern parts of the state.
A leftover shower or storm is possible on Monday and Tuesday, but the pattern should feature mainly dry weather. Highs come down a bit.
The setup for later next week features a cold front dropping in late Wednesday and Thursday, bringing more showers and storms in here from the northwest. Notice how that system moves in through as something tries to develop in the Gulf:
We will have to wait and see what happens with that system to determine what happens around here next weekend.
I leave you with your Saturday edition of the storm tracking toys:
Make it a great day and take care.