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Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 5:08PM

Edging Closer to Friday Dry-Day

Three stormy days down, one more to go. Leftover showers and storms continue through your PM commute before fizzling this evening. It's barely worth mentioning, but a rogue shower cannot be ruled out late in the overnight hours. Thursday is similar but the timing may be a little later in the day tied closer to a cool front that moves through from the west. Friday brings a one-day reprieve from the storminess.

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Wednesday

Hi: 69 Lo: 62

Mostly cloudy; A few lingering evening t-storms, then perhaps a stray overnight shower; SW wind 5-10
Thursday

Hi: 70 Lo: 60

You guessed it... Mostly cloudy; Scattered, mainly PM showers and storms; SW wind 5-15 mph becoming NW and gusty Thurs. night
Friday

Hi: 70 Lo: 58

Partly cloudy; Pleasant; Cannot rule out an afternoon t-shower; NW wind 5-15 mph, gusty AM
Saturday

Hi: 74 Lo: 62

Partly sunny; Scattered daytime showers & storms
Sunday

Hi: 75 Lo: 61

Partly sunny; Warmer; Scattered PM showers & storms

Further Out

Monday - Partly cloudy; Isolated PM showers and storms; High in the mid 70s; Low in the lower 60s
Tuesday - Scattered clouds; Warm; Cannot rule out a PM t-shower; High in the mid 70s; Low in the lower 60s

Forecast Discussion

For those who've had more than you fair share of rain, "good riddance". For those who have dodged the heavy rain thus far you will be worn out by tomorrow night. Scattered afternoon/evening showers and storms continue to be the theme for the rest of your Wednesday PM and Thursday. A front moves through from the west tomorrow night introducing at least one dry day (for most of us anyway) Friday. Then it gets convoluted...

Behind the frontal passage we're left with an upper level northwest flow this weekend as ridging becomes more pronounced and centered over the Gulf. The pattern is conducive for clusters of showers and storms to develop in the Midwest and travel towards the southern/central Appalachians. As it stands now we have two prospective rounds of showers and storms. One potentially arriving Saturday morning or midday and another Sunday afternoon. Whether this comes to fruition or not is left in the balance until we get a day or two closer to the weekend. Even then, some refinement will be necessary.

Beyond Sunday we lose the northwest flow as the ridge flattens to some extent and moves east. I have painted a cautiously optimistic drier trend early next week.

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