Rain, storms, and fog continue across portions of zone 2 this morning and is causing some hazardous conditions in areas. Through the morning the fog will burn off giving way to a mix of clouds and sunshine. With that being said, new storms are starting to develop across zone 2. These are forecast to merge together into a cluster of storms as we head into the mid-day and afternoon hours.
2 PM EDT
Rain and storms will move to the south of the forecast zone this evening giving way to a calmer overnight. While an isolated shower or storm can’t be ruled out, many places will remain dry.
Better rain/storm chances will emerge once again Friday afternoon. This will be along a boundary that looks to be left over from today’s rain/storms. These storms will develop Friday afternoon and once again move to the south/southeast. Main threats with these storms would be gusty winds, very heavy rain, and some localized flash flooding.
3:30 PM FRI.
A cold front will move across the area Saturday evening. As it does, a line of rain and storms will move across the area along and ahead of the front late Saturday afternoon and into the evening.
SAT. 5 PM
While a few of these could be on the strong to severe side, I am not expecting any well-organized severe weather. This is because the overall dynamics of the system do seem somewhat displaced from another. So the instability, upper-level winds, and shear will not be interacting together, therefore reducing the overall severe threat.
SAT. SEVERE WEATHER OUTLOOK
Once the front moves through a cool area of high pressure will drop in behind it one Sunday. This will allow cooler, drier air to overspread the region. Highs to end the weekend and to start next week will only be in the 70’s!
SUNDAY 2 PM TEMPERATURES