T-storms are likely Wednesday and Thursday

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After a mild, dry start our week will soon turn wet. Scattered showers and t-storms will develop to our west ahead of a strong area of low pressure. Expect dry weather for the ride to work and school. Gusty t-storms will sweep across the state in the mid-morning and early afternoon. More scattered t-storms are likely on Thursday and dry weather returns Friday.


So far this has been a wet summer. We’ve had three consecutive months with above average rainfall.

Bottom Line Storms


Scattered t-storms are likely Wednesday.


Heavy rain fall is likely by lunchtime.


Heavy rain continues into the afternoon.


Scattered t-storms are likely Thursday.

3-Day QPF

Up to a half-inch of rain is likely by Friday morning.

Regional Front Map1

Dry weather returns Friday.

Regional Front Map2

We’ll have warmer weather by Saturday.

Regional Front Map3

Scattered late day t-storms will be possible Sunday.

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