Here comes the strong cold front that is bringing us showers, a few rumbles of thunder and much colder air. Everyone today will have the chance of seeing water fall out of the sky. The system has shown some slower trends, which means more water for us. We are now looking at .25"-1.00" of rain for most everyone and the severe weather threat is virtually zero. The rain looks to move out of the western zones by afternoon and eastern zones by evening.
Thursday we will have partly cloudy skies with some wrap around moisture. That will give us the chance at seeing a few sprinkles here and there. Highs tomorrow settle in the 50s for those who see clouds and lower 60s for those who see sunshine. Friday looks like the best day with highs in the mid to upper 60s under partly cloudy skies.
The weekend is still up in the air. There are many uncertainties on whether the disturbance makes its way far enough north for us to get in on some good rain. Right now we are calling for a chance of rain for both days, so keep that in mind when making plans for the weekend.
Meteorologist Micah Harris