Good morning bloggers,
Today’s Forecast thoughts:
- Sunny, very warm, and a light southeast breeze. Highs today and tomorrow will reach the middle 8os and the wind will increase on Friday
We will be experiencing some pretty warm late September weather with above average temperatures ahead of a storm system that will be ejecting out into the plains states Friday night and Saturday. This next storm system will have trailing energy dragging across our area Saturday with a very good chance of rain. The big questions:
- How much rain will fall Saturday?
- What time is it going to rain Saturday?
The timing continues to be in the 7 AM to 3 PM time frame and it should last 2 to 4 hours. The NAM model, in the past two runs, has only had a under a tenth of an inch in our area, while the GFS is close to a half inch in some spots. Let’s see what the models show today and we will update this forecast on 41 Action News. Remember this storm is caught in a changing weather pattern. And, this is the time of the year for the biggest change as the new LRC sets up.
LRC 2012-2013 is finally ending in the next few days as new jet energy intensifies over the Pacific, and the new LRC is showing strong signs of developing. I think we will all welcome a new weather pattern. Click on this link to the Weather 2020 blog: