4/15 – Rob Knight’s “Major Flooding Issues” Afternoon Forecast

With a very unstable atmosphere, it’s not out of the question that we could get into another wake low situation depending on the strength of the cold pool moving into the area. A flash flood watch may be extended through Friday evening. All indications are that there will be an 18-24 hour break in organized activity, and that the main push for activity Friday afternoon and Friday night will primarily be just north of our area.

Models indicate that the boundary should push offshore on Saturday. Question will be whether it gets far enough offshore to allow everyone to dry out. For now, will linger some precipitation through Saturday afternoon, but not to the extent of the last several days.

Frontal boundary should move showers off the coast Sunday morning. High pressure will then begin to build over the area from the west Monday and will help us start a relatively dry weather pattern through at least mid-week over land. However, with the frontal boundary expected over or near the coastal waters early next week, there will be potential for offshore convection each day.

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