From the StormWatch 7 Weather Team:
Rain, thunder overnight.
Winds: East 10-15 mph and gusty
Cloudy with showers, t-storms developing.
Winds: Southeast 10 mph
Partly cloudy, breezy. Slight chance of an isolated shower.
Winds: West 10-15 mph with gusts to 25 mph
It’s been another cloudy day with early morning rain and the prospect of steadier at night. If you’re keeping score, today is the third consecutive day of clouds and periods of rain. This pattern will change a bit but will likely not end until sometime next week. So that means there will be some chance of rain each day through Monday. Assigning accurate probabilities to the rain chances and narrowing down the timing of the rain is a challenge. But here goes…
The chance of rain will increase to near 100% tonight. Isolated thunderstorms could affect parts of the region overnight with rain tapering during the morning rush. But through the day, the chances of additional rain will increase with showers and isolated thunderstorms becoming likely during the day and continuing until later tomorrow night,
There will be some improvement Friday as high pressure starts to build back into the region. Skies will be partly cloudy and temperatures will reach the upper 70s and an isolated shower cannot be ruled out. We’re forecasting partly sunny skies for Saturday, Sunday and Memorial Day. We’re expecting temperatures to reach 80 degrees or a bit higher each afternoon. But there will also be chances for afternoon showers and thunderstorms each day. Our current precipitation probability is 30% on Saturday and 40% on Sunday and Monday. Mid to late afternoon through early evening is the mostly likely time to see the showers and storms each day.
Today's Record Temperatures