05/19 Ryan’s “Even Warmer” Friday Night Forecast

Tonight will be even warmer than last night was, only barely dropping below 80 for the evening low. Clouds have broken up a bit at the moment, but will thicken again early tomorrow morning as the first of many “squall lines” will be moving in later in the day. The high for Saturday will remain in the low 80s with high humidity, and the storms will begin moving in between 8 & 10 PM. At most, I only expect a “marginal” threat for severe weather as we head into Sunday morning, with the biggest safety issue being flash/river/poor drainage flooding. Total rainfall from Saturday night through Wednesday afternoon could total as high as 6″, with some areas recording even higher totals if a storm lingers. Please remember to avoid areas of standing/rushing water on roadways, and to “turn around, don’t drown.”

The showers will continue until a second, reinforcing front moves through the area by Wednesday, which will finally bring cooler and drier air to the area, and though our afternoon highs won’t drop out of the 80s, a few evenings in the 60s will feel almost like winter at this point

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