Good Morning Bloggers!
To the sound of J-Lo: “Waiting for the front…ohhhh…I’ve dreamed of this for so long.”
The front is currently stationary in the northwest portion of our area. It will not move until late week until it lifts back north as a warm front on Thursday then FINALLY a cold front passes through Friday into Saturday. We have a chance along and north of I-70 for a few showers and thunderstorms on Wednesday morning, but the rain chance goes up for our entire area Friday lingering into Saturday. This graph shows you temperature in orange and rain chance in blue:
Looking at the models there is still timing difference on when the front moves in and how fast it gets out of here. The NAM has it moving in early Friday morning. We will watch for the next run of the NAM to see how long it lingers.
The GFS has it moving in Friday with it lingering a small chance for rain through late Saturday.
Rainfall totals will be around .25″-1″ for our area with the more impressive totals staying in Iowa and Nebraska where most of the rain will stay this week.
We will watch this storm as it develops and continue to update.