3/24 – Jeff Vorick’s “Patchy Fog” Friday Morning Forecast

Clouds and patches of fog are back this morning. Winds will elevate to gusts of 25 MPH this afternoon. Some peeks of sunshine can be expected later and temperatures will warm well into the 70s this afternoon. A 20% chance of showers cannot be ruled out this evening.

The threat for severe weather has been trimmed back to our northwest. The majority of our area is under a Marginal, or Level 1 of 5 threat for severe thunderstorms. There is a 40% chance of showers and embedded thunderstorms overnight. That being said, the best ingredients for widespread and volatile activity will be to our north and west. Any activity will clear out by daybreak following the passage of a cold front.

Saturday will provide for brief dry time before the pattern becomes unsettled Sunday. The front will surge back northward then stall near our region. Shower and thunderstorm chances will be elevated from Sunday until Tuesday. There is the potential for heavy rainfall at times bringing the potential of flash flooding.

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