5/12 – Rob’s “Weekend/Mother’s Day” Forecast

With a cold front approaching from the west, a tightening gradient will bring BREEZY CONDITIONS through Saturday evening (SW before frontal passage…NW after). Showers/T-Storms will begin to pop-up later this morning along with frontal activity moving into the area.

The heaviest activity will be in the area midday-evening as the main activity is pushing ahead of the cold front. The activity will clear to the east by midnight although wrap around moisture will keep extensive cloud coverage through Saturday afternoon. A DRIER AIR MASS will move into the region Saturday with Mother’s Day to be BEAUTIFUL. Dry conditions will continue through much of next week.

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