Saturday, September 19, 2009

Weekend (((RAIN))) Just What We Need!

I have some good news for all you Weather Bloggers out there! I have been through the latest weather models and Data and I myself cannot believe what I have found. Yes, that's right I have found RAIN!!!!! We are finally going to have some rain that we REALLY Need coming by as soon as tomorrow! This is looking like a great weekend forecast. Most of the time if rain is expected for the weekend we would not be to happy, however this time we can't wait! Well, at least I can't Ha Ha :-) You can see this map I put together below showing the weekend outlook...Right now I do not see anything severe with this system which is great news. We will take the rain showers without storms any day. Still I cannot rule out a few stray rumbles as you see above. (Thundershowers).
Quick Cast Blog Cast.....

Today is looking dry with some more Mostly sunny skies to Partly cloudy skies. We will slowly see some clouds start to develop in the area as we head into the evening / later tonight. Rain will hold off until Sunday. Highs today will be in the upper 70s to low 80s once again. Lows will be in the lower 50s. Winds I think we will see them calm between 1o - and 20 mph.

Sunday is when things start to cool down along with rain back in the forecast. We will see rain showers overtake the area by early afternoon. Right now I think we will keep expected totals between a quarter and a half inch possible. If this is to change I will check back an let you all know! I'M not going to rule out a few possible rumbles with this system however I'M not looking for anything severe. At this time mainly just some rain / thundershowers across the WLFI viewing area. Highs will be in the lower to middle 70s and lows in the upper 50s. Winds will be between 10 and 20 mph with a few gusts to 25 mph possible at times.
I will check back again real soon bloggers. Until then enjoy your weekend! I will be back with newer expected rainfall totals if and or as needed. ;-)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ewww, sounds to be a chilly rain!
Thanks for the update Justin.