SHANE HOLINDE'S EVENING UPDATE
Thursday, April 28, 2016
24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373
DRY FOR NOW:
Clouds are on the increase as moisture advances ahead of a warm front that will move through the Tennessee Valley tonight. While we will stay mainly cloudy and dry to start, rain will begin to move in Friday evening from the southwest and overspread the area by Saturday morning.
A series of disturbances advancing northeastward out of the Central Plains through Sunday means occasional showers and thunderstorms will be a part of our weekend forecast. It won't be raining the entire time either weekend day, but have a backup plan for something to do indoors in case outdoor activities are rained out. Some of the rainfall could be heavy at times. Highs will reach the upper 70s both Saturday and Sunday.
COOLER NEXT WEEK:
It will be cooler and more seasonal for the opening days of May. Afternoon highs will reach the low 70s with cool overnight lows in the upper 40s early in the week. There are slight chances for a few showers Tuesday and again Thursday.
Cloudy, Ch. Showers and Thunderstorms Late...Low 60, winds SE-5
Rain Chance 60% - Amounts of 0.10-0.25" possible
Occasional Showers and Thunderstorms...High 77, winds SE-11
Rain Chance 60% - Amounts of 0.40-0.50" possible
Periods of Showers and Thunderstorms...High 78, winds SW-10
Rain Chance 70% - Amounts of 0.25-0.50" possible
|Record High||91° (1894)|
|Record Low||31° (1907)|
|24 Hour Precip||0.00"|
|Pollen||9.6 (High - Trees/Grass)|
|UV Index||6 (High)|
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