A frontal boundary is sagging to the south this afternoon (Thursday) and will stall and eventually lift back north as a warm front late Saturday. While it remains stalled, several waves of low pressure will roll along that boundary bringing periods of rain and storms in between dry hours. Our temps will also be on a roller coaster with a surge of warmth expected late Saturday before we return to cooler air Sunday. Let’s look at the big picture now through Saturday night:
With the rain on the way, we’ll see the potential for some minor flooding given our rather saturated soil. We’ll likely end up with 1-2 inches of additional rainfall through Saturday night with the bulk of that occurring Saturday into Saturday night:
In terms of temps, we’ve turned cooler this afternoon as expected as our winds have turned off the lake.
Friday will be a cool day lakeside, but we should warm well into the 50s inland.
Saturday we’ll likely spend most of the day in the 50s before temps surge into the mid and upper 60s late in the day ahead of the cold front.
Sunday we’ll go from early morning 60s down into the 40s and 50s during the day.
Phew! Here’s all that in graphic form:
We’ll keep you updated as we go throughout the next few days as needed!