Waves of Showers & T’Storms with Dry, Warm Hours In-BetweenApril 13th, 2012 at 10:11 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Numerous clusters of showers & storms to our southwest combining with newly-developing showers & storms will congeal into one mass of rain & t’storms that will pass Saturday morning-midday.
We may squeeze a 3-4 hour window in the afternoon with the rain tapering in the area (with even some sun possible), but a round of scattered showers & storms may pass late Saturday afternoon-evening.
After that, Saturday night & a good chunk of Sunday look dry & warm with lows in the lower 60s Saturday night & mid to upper 70s Sunday. A wave of scattered showers & t’storms will pass Sunday late afternoon & evening.
It looks largely dry Sunday night with warm lows in the 60s.
It still looks like a band of rain & t’storms will pass Monday morning, which will be followed by a break, then a narrow, broken line of showers & t’storms on the actual surface cold front. That cold front will pass around noon, so I cut the high from 74 to 69 due to a quicker front arrival.