SYNOPSIS...We have continued with the dry conditions and warm temperatures again today, but changes are on the way. A strong low pressure system will swing a front through our area Friday night and into Saturday morning providing rain and thunderstorms chances. This line of storms could also produce some severe weather along with it as the Storm Prediction Center has all of our area under a Slight risk for severe weather. The main concern at this time is strong/damaging winds, heavy rainfall, frequent lightning, and we cannot rule out any tornadoes at this time.
TONIGHT...Mild conditions will continue into this evening with mostly clear skies and some clouds increase by later overnight. Lows 61-65 with S winds 3-8mph.
FRIDAY...Mostly cloudy skies will move in by the early morning with an isolated light shower possible throughout the afternoon ahead of the front. Highs 76-80 with SE winds 10-20mph and gusts of 25mph likely.
FRIDAY NIGHT...As the front approaches in the evening some isolated storms ahead of it could become severe and would be the storms capable of any possible tornadoes. Once the front is passing, expect gusty conditions and heavy rainfall. Lows 62-66 with Se winds 13-26mph and gusts of 30+mph likely.
SATURDAY...The front will continue to move through early in the morning by the severe threat will drastically decrease the further into the morning we go. Some showers will linger behind the front, but then start to clear out by the afternoon. Highs 77-81 with SW winds 6-12mph.
-Meteorologist Adam Burniston
|Today's Normal High||72|
|Today's Normal Low||49|
|Record High Temp/Year||91/1907|
|Record Low Temp/Year||26/1968|
|Sunrise This Morning||7:09AM|
|Month to Date Precipitation/Month's Normal||1.01/3.68|
|Year to Date Precipitation/YTD Normal||8.72/13.36|