02/05 – Brantly’s “Rain Continues” Wednesday Night Forecast

Through the rest of tonight, the severe weather threat remains limited.

The greater potential for severe weather continues to be focused into two waves, with one passing through earlier this afternoon/evening and another coming by Thursday morning.

Heavy rain, gusty winds, lightning, and isolated tornadoes are all threats with any strong or severe storms that develop tomorrow morning. High temperatures will be cooler due to heavy cloud cover, only topping out in the lower to mid 60s.

By Friday morning, colder air will arrive with morning lows dipping into the mid to upper 30s. Generally dry conditions are expected Friday and Friday night as a surface high pressure ridge drifts east across the area, but will reintroduce isolated to scattered showers Saturday and Saturday evening.

By late Saturday night high pressure will begin to rebuild into the area from the west, bringing back dry conditions and mostly clear skies.

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