Slow-moving front sparks more storms

Good Friday to one and all. We have a cold front that’s slowly dropping from north to south across the state today. This boundary is firing off some showers and storms for much of the region, but this isn’t going to be all day type stuff by any stretch of the imagination.

The greatest threat for showers and storms is along and south of Interstate 64. This is the area we will need to be on guard for some locally heavy rains that can cause high water issues.

Here are your Friday storm trackers:

The air cleans up very well tonight and Saturday as the front stops just to our south. Saturday still looks like a winner of a weather day as humidity and temps come down. With that front nearby, I can’t rule out a storm or two across the southwest.

Temps surge for Sunday and Monday as the boundary returns north, bringing the potential for some storm clusters with it. That will be ahead of another potent cold front dropping in with showers and storms Tuesday and Wednesday:

Temps come down behind that boundary and should feel comfy for a few days.

I’m still eyeing the potential for some heat to try and control the pattern for a bit as we get deeper into August. You may also start hearing of a ring of fire pattern setting up across the country.

Have a fantastic Friday and take care.

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