Monday Evening October 2nd – Rain Chances Knocking on the Door

Good Monday evening, everyone. Our first work/school week of October started out on a quiet and warm note today. After starting in the upper 60s this morning, we warmed up right into the middle to upper 80s under partly sunny skies this afternoon. It’s another night where we’re seeing t-storms off to our west on the radar below, but we should stay quiet overnight…

Going into Tuesday, the cold front that’s firing up those t-storms will start working even closer to the region. We’ll still be ahead of the cold front as we roll into Tuesday afternoon…

The brunt of the lift and moisture will still be just to our west for the day tomorrow, but enough lift and moisture will be in place for some spotty t-storms for Tuesday afternoon…

Although a little more cloud cover and those increasing rain chances on Tuesday should result in a little bit of a cool-down, it’ll still be a warm day with highs around 80…

By the time we get into Wednesday, that front will be pretty much right on top of the area…

That setup will bring the best chance for widespread rain and t-storms for a good portion of the day on Wednesday…

By the time we get past our first window of opportunity for widespread rain, we could see at least a quarter to half an inch on average. Some spots could see at least an inch depending on where the heavier pockets of rain can set up…

On the heels of the rain chances from tomorrow through Thursday, we’ll keep some t-storm chances around as we work into the coming weekend. Even with the rain chances working in, we’ll still be a bit on the warm side for the rest of the week. Don’t forget that Doug also has you covered with his long-range forecast and latest thoughts on the pattern over at headyapttern.com

Have a good night and a great Tuesday!

Nick

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