Good Morning Bloggers!
Let’s start with a beautiful picture of the sunrise I captured from our live camera this morning. I love mornings like these with plenty of sun! We are still under the influence of high pressure, so calm and clear will continue through the day. High pressure will slide off to the east today and that will turn our winds to out of the southeast and you can see that setup on the NAM 06z THU, which is midnight tonight.
We will see a few morning clouds tomorrow afternoon, but still staying dry and quiet. The chance for rain moves back in for the weekend, but there are still some questions on Friday night. Right now not looking impressive, but overnight and into Saturday morning looks like the best chance.
Above is the GFS 12z Saturday and the NAM 12Z Saturday and they both have a small amount of rain for Saturday morning for along and north of I-70. The most rain will stay in Iowa, but looks like it could be a wet morning. We will keep an eye on the upcoming model runs, but not looking like a lot of rain for us.
Here is an update on where we sit for average rainfall for the year and it is still looking good because of the rain earlier this month.