Morning! We got some weather in route this evening into tomorrow.
A strong area of low pressure will pass to our north, it’s associated cold front will vacate spring and replace it with more seasonable temps Friday afternoon into the weekend.
Our signs the the cold front nears, high thin clouds this morning will be replaced with thickening and lowering clouds as the morning progress. South winds out ahead of the front will advect another mild day into the region. Southerly winds are not as impressive today, that combined with cloud cover, reducing solar warming, means we should be a bit more muzzled on high temps today vs yesterday, especially north. With that said, temps will still be very much above normal and may encroach once again near daily records at some locations.
Lift associated with the approaching system will spark a few rounds of rain and showers beginning this evening. There may be a lull of only more scattered precipitation before we see the main line of rain associated with the cold front tomorrow morning. There may be enough instability from winter clashing with spring tomorrow morning that rain may be accompanied with a clap of thunder. Tomorrow we will see one more fleeting period of warmth as temps will continue to surge ahead of the front. Our high temp tomorrow will be our morning temps, before FROPA switches on the Cold Air Advection and we see two seasons in one day.
NAM- High Temps Today and Tomorrow AM
NAM- Simulated Radar- Today 7PM and Tomorrow AM
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