05/08 Ryan’s “Goodbye Sun” Wednesday Night Forecast

The day has finally arrived when we have to say goodbye to the sun until next week. Clouds have thickened, the humidity has risen, and we’re already starting to see showers moving in on the radar. These conditions will continue, and even increase, into tomorrow as the cold front moves in.

THIS FRONT DOESN’T SEEM VERY WELL ORGANIZED, BUT IT DOES SEEM POSSIBLE AN INDIVIDUAL STORM OR TWO COULD REACH SEVERE STATUS UNDER THE RIGHT CONDITIONS TOMORROW.

The worst part about this system will still be its longevity. After the boundary moves in, it will stall and we’ll see several impulses riding that front. That means we’ll see, by my count, at least four significant chances of potential thunderstorms in the midst of heavy showers from Thursday afternoon through Sunday morning. Flooding concerns will also arise as upwards of 7″ of rain are expected just to the northwest. Thankfully the rain finally ends on Sunday, and we’re in for a much more sunny start to next week.

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