I decided to focus mainly on the weekend and the next system for next week with this post. We have many events taking place during that window so I know getting the rain chances worked out is key.
I will do it by time periods again.
Rest of today:
Mainly focus for showers/thunderstorms looks to be across our southern counties today. And most of that will happen over the next few hours.There will be a limit on how far north moisture can travel so much of WAVE Country will be dry.
Need to watch for any sneaky t-storms that will move into our far northern counties as our next front arrives. Latest thinking keeps them just to the north.
The Friday night front moves through and then runs out of gas as it passes into WAVE Country in the afternoon. There will not be a ton of moisture for this front to work with, but enough to keep scattered t-storms in the forecast. Mainly in the 2pm-6pm time period.
Since the front does fade away, a drier trend keeps showing up for Sunday with each data update. We may be able to lower rain chances even more as we get a good trend going.
Looks mainly dry and we start to heat back up again.
A warm front will pass through. Small risk for a t-storm. Heating up.
Period of thunderstorms increasingly likely.
After Thursday---likely a stormy setup.
Lots to monitor and update so keep checking back in with the WAVE 3 News Weather App!!