Good Tuesday. We are getting off to a wet start this morning with scattered showers making for a tricky morning commute. Most of the rain will taper off by noon. This afternoon will be cloudy and mild with a passing shower or two and a high of 79.
Wednesday and Thursday will see cloudy but comfortable conditions with highs in the upper 70s and a few afternoon showers here and there.
Friday, a front will approach. It will bring a good chance of rain and thunderstorms Friday evening into Friday night. I don't expect severe weather, but heavy rain and gusty winds are possible. Friday's high will be about 77.
Saturday is still a bit up in the air. The front will pass through Saturday morning, but looks as though it may stall to our east. How far east that front moves before it stalls will be the determining factor in how much (if any) rain we get. Right now it looks as though the front will remain close enough to spawn scattered showers on and off through the day Saturday so that will include that in my official forecast though my confidence level is not incredibly high at this point. Saturday will climb to about 80 in the afternoon.
Sunday looks great as the front finally clears out, and we see sunshine with highs near 80.
For the interactive radar, download the WRCB weather app. David Karnes