Trey’s First Warn Saturday PM Forecast (5/21) – Rain Chances Begin Tonight
A rather wet pattern for next week
Tonight: Cloudy skies with scattered thunderstorms after midnight. Low: 71. Winds: SE 10 – 20 mph. Rain chance 40%.
Sunday: Partly cloudy with scattered thunderstorms. High: 90. Winds: NE 10 – 20 mph. Rain chance 50%.
Extended forecast: Monday through Saturday: Highs in the 80’s, lows in the 60’s and 70’s. Partly cloudy skies. Daily rain chances.
Synopsis: One last dry day today, then we transition into an active and more rain favorable pattern. A front will move into the Crossroads on Sunday, and stall out over the region for the first half of the week. With the moisture available in our atmosphere, and now the boundary to cause lift, good rain chances will finally be in store for our area. Another front toward the end of the week will also bring rain chances, and may actually cool us down into the 80’s for highs and 60’s for lows by Thursday an Friday. Finally some significant rainfall in our forecast! ~ Trey
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