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Good Wednesday morning everyone! I have made a few changes to the blog. I am going to try place the weather tracking tools at the bottom three quarters of the page. The top quarter of the page will be my current thoughts and comments concerning what I am seeing on the models and the latest data.
Today will be dry and high temperatures will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s. There will be some morning fog - use care.
High temperatures - below
The next chance of showers will arrive on Thursday afternoon or Thursday night. Rainfall totals should be less than 0.30". There will be a small chance for a rumble of thunder on Thursday night. No severe weather.
High temperatures on Thursday will be near 60 degrees! This will be ahead of a cold front.
Friday morning we will see showers push to our east. Highs on Friday will be a bit cooler - in the 40s.
The next significant weather event will be on Sunday into Monday morning. Showers and thunderstorms should move into the area from west to east.
The wind fields aloft look strong with this next system - that might mean a few severe thunderstorms. Dew points look to be in the 50s with this next system. Typically we look for upper 50s or lower 60 dew points for severe thunderstorms.
I will continue to monitor this system for the possibility of a few heavy thunderstorms.
Rainfall with the Sunday/Monday system should be in the 0.40"-0.80" range.