Weekend Forecast


I am sure everyone notice that temperature drop that happened in the evening into the night time.  The cold front that is currently in Mid-Atlantic came through the area yesterday evening. Expect the rest of today to to stay dry, but the clouds to stay and  the cold air behind the front make the temperature barely get over the 50s.

There is a trend in the models indicating a short wave passing through this afternoon to spark a slight chance of isolated showers in the early evening hours. The NAM and the GFS are not agreeing about the slight rain chance this evening.

Saturday looks to be a beautiful day with a high pressure ridging axis going northwest will bring some warmer weather with the highs in the upper 50s to lower 60s through-out the area. However, Sunday into Sunday night looks to be wet again. As a low pressure coming from the west bringing a chance of rain to us Sunday afternoon. GFS 06Z is putting the rain here at 21z, 4 pm Central time.


Friday: 54/38 with a slight chance of rain this afternoon

Saturday: 61/47

Sunday: 66/50 with a chance of rain





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