Wet and stormy Wednesday weather

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Widespread rain continues through mid afternoon today, with heavier pockets of rain embedded at times.  As a warm front lifts north, we do warm up a bit with rain breaking up to scattered showers and downpours for late afternoon.  We warm into the upper 60s with a mild breeze.


By evening, as some energy passes aloft and a front pushes east we could see some strong thunderstorms, with best chances from 7PM-12AM, although the threat will linger into 2AM.  These may produce isolated damaging winds or tornados, so remain alert.

Storm Timeline

The rain tapers overnight with lows in the upper 50s.  We’ll see about 1-2” of rain area wide, with higher pockets once the rain wraps up.

AM DMA NAM Rain Total

Thursday remains breezy and mild as we await the cooler air arrival.  Expect highs in the upper 60s with clouds breaking up as the day progresses.  We‘re breezy too with a few drops possible as a front passes in the afternoon.  The cooler air arrives on a breeze for Friday with mostly sunny conditions.  Expect highs on the middle 50s.

Jeff_Surface Map SHOW

Saturday looks mostly sunny to partly cloudy with highs in upper 50s.  Halloween plans look great for trick-or-treating, it’s cool and in the lower 50s and upper 40s.  Sunday, clouds return, but it’s mainly dry with highs in the middle 60s.

We may start with some showers on Monday with mostly cloudy skies.  Highs are near 60°.  We hold on to the mild air with mid 60s and shower chances for Tuesday as well.

Saturday night is the end of daylight saving time.  Don’t forget to change any manual clocks back one hour before bed.  Also, it’s a good time to check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms.


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