04/29 – Rob Knight’s “Stormy” Wednesday Morning Forecast
High rain chances will continue this morning with showers and scattered embedded storms along the front. A few strong to severe storms in this squall line are expected with hail and
strong to damaging wind gusts being the main factor, but we cannot rule out an isolated tornado.
Showers and storms will linger through much of the day as rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches can be expected. Dry conditions are expected Thursday through the weekend with warm conditions returning into the weekend and the first of next week.
Once all the unsettled weather passes through our area, rain stays out of the forecast as high pressure will build in for the rest of the weekend as a upper level high-pressure holds over most of the southern U.S.
Return flow starting on Saturday will also steadily bring up the dew points nearing 70s by Monday. Additionally, temperatures will increase through the weekend with 90 degree days possible, especially on Sunday and Monday.