Good early Sunday morning, everyone. Yesterday was QUITE cooler compared to how we started the weekend back on Friday. We started the weekend with highs near 80° before a front swept through with a quick shot of rain and some strong to severe t-storms Friday afternoon and evening. Saturday was quiet and cooler than yesterday & compared to the norm for the middle of May. We only managed to get highs near 60° with partly sunny skies and a northeast breeze through the day. We’ll start the eventual warming trend today and try to keep it going this week. For the rest of the night and going into Sunday morning, there won’t be any rain in our area on the radar below…
The setup below has high pressure keeping us chilly but quiet for tonight and going into Sunday. However, our next weather maker is off to the west of us. The main low is staying in the western United States to start the week. With that said, we’ll see impulses around that low work in and start to give us rain chances…
We’ll start cool in the morning with lows dropping back to 40°. Through the day, we’ll keep skies partly sunny with eventually an east breeze at 5-10 mph. There could be a stray shower or two late in the afternoon after 4 PM, but we’ll mainly be partly sunny to mostly cloudy for the day. With that setup in play, I expect highs to top out near 65°…
You can see the few showers that may try to pop up late this afternoon and into the evening. The Future Track has the right idea for most of the day. Any showers should be very spotty, hard to find and most of us should stay dry…
The rain chances really won’t pick up until we get into late Sunday night and into Monday morning…
Looking at the week, we’ll have plenty of rain and t-storm chances in the cards. We’re expecting rain and t-storms on Monday and Tuesday. After we get a break on Wednesday, rain chances will sneak back in on Thursday followed by t-storms for Friday and Saturday. We’ll also have t-storms in the forecast for a good portion of the following week. You can find that below in Doug’s Long-Range Forecast.
Remember that if you want the latest on Doug’s pattern and the more of the long-range forecast, he has you covered over on headypattern.com
Have a great Sunday!
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LONG RANGE FORECAST: Based off of the HP(Heady Pattern)
SLIGHT CHANCES: MEAN IT IS A WEAKER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US SCATTERED SHOWERS OR SNOW SHOWERS.
IF I DON’T SAY SLIGHT: THAT MEANS THIS IS A STRONGER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US MUCH BETTER PRECIPITATION CHANCES
May 22nd-28th: Warm with thunderstorms chances with two systems working through from Sunday through Wednesday. We will have a severe chances with both of these systems. Staying warm the second half of the week with slight chances for thunderstorms on Friday.
May 29th-June4th: Mild temperatures with very slight chances for storms to start the week. Warm the rest of the week with better chances for storms on Thursday.