Good Wednesday. We are transitioning out of a dry period and into a few days of humid air, rain, and thunderstorms.
Low pressure lifting up from the south and a front moving in from the west are causing a pretty unstable environment this morning. As a result we have already seen a few isolated showers and storms, and we will continue to see them popping up throughout the day.
The front will press through on Thursday, and with the gulf moisture infusion we will likely see widespread heavy rain along with some thunderstorms both Thursday and Friday.
We should see the rain tapering off Friday night. I can't rule out a shower or two lingering into Riverbend night, but conditions will definitely be improving Friday night into Saturday.
The weekend looks awesome with sun returning both days, and lasting into at least Monday of next week.
Temps through the forecast period will remain in the low to mid 80s, but the increase in moisture will make it very muggy.
Download the WRCB weather app for the interactive radar. David Karnes
8am... Isolated Showers/Storms, 65
Noon... Isolated Showers/Storms, 82
5pm... Isolated Showers/Storms , 85