The Storm Train Rolls On

Good Saturday, everyone. We have made it to the weekend, but the weather continues to look a lot like the week we are coming out of. As a matter of fact, this stormy setup shows little signs of letting up through next week, at least.

Today’s rounds of showers and storms can put down enough rain to cause additional high water issues in some areas. There’s even the small chance for a few strong or locally severe storms to develop in the east. This is where the Storm Prediction Center is monitoring…

Another surge of very warm and humid air is pushing in here on Sunday and may be accompanied by some storm clusters rolling in from the west and northwest. A few of these may be strong or severe…

These storms are in response to another low moving in from the northwest, and that will keep rounds of storms going into Monday. Some of those could again be strong or locally severe.

The main threat to watch for continues to be flash flooding.

More in the way of steamy temps and stormy skies will be noted into much of next week. How do we look heading into Memorial Day weekend? Much of that may depend on what, if anything, comes from a possible tropical system near Florida. The Canadian…

The GFS is just a little slower…

It’s interesting that both models do bring a sizable chunk of chill into the country to end May…

Here are your trackers for the day…

 

I will update as needed. Make it a good one and take care.


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5 Responses to The Storm Train Rolls On

  1. Jeff Hamlin says:

    I’ll believe the chill when I see it.

  2. Schroeder says:

    Thanks Chris for the update. The tropical downpours are very welcome. It is good that we don’t have a whole bunch of heavy rain for a long period of time. Looking forward to a change in the overall pattern to cooler and drier at the end of May ? Maybe the Indianapolis 500 this year will be cool and dry for a great race without delays because of the weather. Have a great Saturday everyone.

  3. Coffeelady says:

    Thanks Chris. Well we’ve managed to get the cold to recede; now if we can just get the rain to not quit, but alter its schedule to a few dry days (in a row) between the wet ones….. 😉 Oh well. Have a happy Saturday everyone. Thanks again Chris.

  4. feederband says:

    I miss the thunderstorms that used to roll through a couple of days a week.The climate is definitely changing,

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