Now-Monday ForecastAugust 31st, 2012 at 12:09 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
On-going forecast looks good. Narrow wave of isolated showers/t’showers along I-74 still looks good today with an increase in cloud from south to north with the coolest readings in our southern counties. I may tweak the temp down a couple degrees, given this Isaac cloud cover looking thicker than anticipated. So, upper 80s south, 90 middle & lower 90s north will do.
Isaac remnants will NOT bring a solid, steady rain for 3 days, but waves/bands of showers & a few t’storms. It appears the heaviest, most widespread band may still be Saturday afternoon-evening.
Like 60% coverage of rainfall Saturday, 50% Sunday & upped Monday unfortunately to 40%, given trend for more in the way of some scattered showers/t’showers on Labor Day itself.
1-3″ of rainfall Saturday-Monday still looks good. A couple isolated 4″ amounts are possible in our far northwest counties.