4:02 P.M. UpdateAugust 28th, 2014 at 3:43 pm by Chad Evans under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog
Front will move back north with potential of some scattered showers/storms tonight, followed by a tropical, muggy, hot Friday with scattered storms. Looks like they will be most widespread late in the day with potential of a semi-organized line/band if a cold pool can develop. Kept isolated severe in forecast.
Still looks like round Saturday morning & then more Saturday noon-early afternoon with actual surface cold front.
Trends show front south of us Sunday, but a northerly migration Monday may pop isolated storms. Kept isolated storms in for Tuesday, then better storm coverage Wednesday-Friday as front stalls over area.
Data still suggests a northward migration of the the front, which will bathe us in pretty unseasonable heat & humidity as trough drops into Pacific Northwest.
This heat/humidity may hang on for several days before strong upper trough & surface cold front sweep through around September 10 & usher in much cooler weather with some overnight lows potentially in the 40s.