Few storms tonight before Memorial Day weekend
9:30 p.m. Friday 27 May 2016
The storms have started to die off nicely, leaving us with just the low chance now for a few pop up showers or t-storms. Really we just focus more on the possible heavy rainfall from a storm that can cause hydroplaning issues and flooding in some areas. Large hail is also possible along with lightning. After midnight we will bring down our rain chances to 30%. Saturday morning will start off in the upper 60’s with mostly cloudy skies, then through the afternoon the clouds will decrease to mostly sunny and it will feel hot as highs reach the upper 80s. It will feel more like 90 as the humidity will still remain high, so this will add a heat index for us. Saturday will have just a 20% chance for a popup shower or storm, then into Sunday this increases slightly to 30%. Once we get to Monday, our Memorial Day, rain will spike back up to a 60% chance for showers and thunderstorms. For the severe risk it appears this will stay low, but can change as we get a little closer to Monday. Unfortunately most of the work week next week will hold a good chance for showers and thunderstorms as an area of low pressure will continue to fire up the rain. Enjoy the weekend while we get a small break you could say from the cloudy skies and heavier rain, since it will pick back up into the work week.
Tonight: Lows around 68 with a 50% chance for showers/t-storms until 9pm, then slight chance into Saturday morning
Saturday: Mostly Sunny… 68/86 with a small 20% for a pop up shower or storm
Sunday: Partly Cloudy… 68/85 with a 30% for scattered showers/t-storms
Monday: Cloudy… 67/80 with a 60% chance for showers/t-storms
Tuesday: Cloudy… 66/81 with a 50% chance for showers/t-storms
Wednesday: Cloudy… 66/79 with a 50% chance for showers/t-storms
Thursday: Mostly Cloudy… 65/79 with a 50% chance for showers/t-storms
Friday: Mostly Cloudy… 66/80 with a 30% chance for sct. showers/t-storms
Have a safe weekend!
Weather Authority/News 12