StormTracker Forecast…It’s a cold start to our Friday, but temperatures will rebound into the lower 60s by the afternoon thanks to sunny skies. High pressure will keep things mainly clear and dry…for now. A bit more moisture will build into the area ahead of an approaching weak front. Overnight temperatures won’t be as cold, but still chilly. Our area will dip into the low and mid 40s by daybreak.
This Weekend: A weak front will pass through the area on Saturday. A shower or two will be possible, but most will stay dry. Saturday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid and upper 60s. Sunday will start off partly cloudy, but clouds are expected to build ahead of our next disturbance. Winds will pick up in the afternoon and temperatures will warm into the lower 70s. Rain chances gradually increase late Sunday evening and Sunday night.
Next Week: Showers and storms are likely on Monday as a system pushes through the region. Eventually, the system will stall out before reaching the Gulf Coast. The big question will be where exactly it stalls out — this will determine how much rain we will see. Rain chance is around 70% on Monday, 60% on Tuesday, near 50% on Wednesday, and 60% on Thursday.
By the end of the work-week, rainfall totals look to be between 2-4″ with locally higher amounts. Again, it all depends on where the system stalls out. Stay tuned and be sure to stay up to date with us on-air and online!