Good Tuesday, everybody. It’s another day of tracking tropical rain producing showers and thunderstorms across the region. This action is along and ahead of the remnants of Hurricane Barry and will continue to increase over the next few days.
Today’s rain is more prominent across the western half of the state, with scattered showers and storms in the east. Locally heavy rains will be possible from any storm that goes up. In addition to the heavy rains, a few strong or severe storms are possible, especially across the west.
Here are your Tuesday tracking toys:
Showers and storms are fairly widespread for Wednesday and we will continue to watch for torrential rains that can cause flash flooding once again.
Scattered showers and storms will be noted on Thursday and Friday as a surge of heat moves in for the weekend. Temps may very well hit the low 90s with a heat index several degrees toastier than that.
This shouldn’t last long as a strong cold front drops in from the northwest early next week. This could bring some big time boomers in here:
That unleashes a cooler brand of air and some of the models like that hanging around a while:
We shall see how much staying power it has, but I’ll take it.
Make it a great day and take care.