Evening Update On Midweek Rain

Hello everyone!

A quick update this evening to keep everyone up to speed on the next chance for inclement weather heading into the middle/later part of this week.

12Z GFS Model Showing Some Of The Key Features In Wednesday's Storm. Map Credit: Weatherbell, Annotations By Me
18Z GFS Model Showing Some Of The Key Features In Wednesday’s Storm. Map Credit: Weatherbell, Annotations By Me

The 18Z GFS shows us some of the main players in Wednesday’s storm. While the 18Z GFS usually isn’t that reliable and while I hate to use the GFS in the short term, it offers the most reasonable solution (as well as the Euro which I can’t post). Most other models have a stronger storm which I still have doubts about given the lack of upper level support. Not too complex a storm here, we’re looking at steady moderate rain for a few hours Wednesday morning into early afternoon along the coast with inland showers around the same time inland. Winds will be breezy with gusts in the 20-30 mph range most likely along the coast, lesser but still active winds inland. Rain wraps up by evening as the storm moves offshore.

More rain arrives late in the day Thursday in association with a front moving in from the west.

Updates will stay on the twice a day schedule until the weather returns to its state of calm we’ve grown so accustomed to recently.

-Jack

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