Thursday Afternoon May 10th – Staying Warm Going Into the Weekend

Good Thursday afternoon, everyone. We certainly had a bit of a stormy start to the day, but it was enough to cool us down after quite a warm day on Wednesday. Lows dropped into the middle to upper 60s as our Thursday morning began. For some spots, the clouds are still trying to hold on. For others, the sun is peaking out and really kicking the thermometer up once again. We’ll continue with the trend of skies turning partly to mostly sunny for the afternoon with the radar below staying quiet…

With the clouds giving way to more sunshine for the afternoon, that (and the south breeze) will allow temperatures to warm back into the middle 80s…

We’ll stay quiet and mild tonight with lows dropping back into the middle to upper 60s. Friday looks great with partly to mostly sunny skies, but we’ll stay warmer than normal. Plan on highs Friday afternoon topping out in the middle to upper 80s…

The story is all the same for Saturday with quiet skies and temperatures pushing into the upper 80s. I wouldn’t be surprised if some spots topped out around 90° before we head into Saturday evening. If you’re curious about when our next best shot for rain and t-storms will be, we’ll start keeping an eye on things by Sunday morning…

The same system that gave us rain and t-storms this morning will lift back to the north of us for the next few days. It’ll return on Sunday, but it won’t be passing through here just yet. That means we’ll be warm again for Mother’s Day and we’ll have to keep an eye on a few late afternoon/early evening t-storms…

Beyond Mother’s Day, this system will stick with us going into next week and keep rain and t-storm chances around. It still looks as though our next chance for any strong to severe t-storms will be waiting for us as we roll into next Monday and Tuesday. Don’t forget that Doug has your long-range forecast and latest thoughts on the pattern over at headypattern.com

Have a great afternoon and enjoy your Thursday evening!

Nick

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