Hi everyone! Just wanted to give a quick Friday afternoon update so you know what to expect the remainder of the day form the weather.
As we begin the month of April I want to take time to recap what impact March has had on our totals for the year and historically.
As the rainfall begins to move into the county I wanted to go ahead and post another update with the latest timeframe for the system that is moving through the county tonight and into the morning hours of the day tomorrow.
The timing for the weather system moving into the county is still tweaking itself just a little as the models continue to get a handle on this system. Not a lot has changed from this morning other than the timing.
As we get closer and closer to the potential for severe weather today and tomorrow. Let's take another look at what to expect. The good news is based on models and how they have been trending the localized flooding is becoming less of an issue.
Hi everyone! back with a update on the storm system moving in on Thursday and Friday. The timing of the system continues to change ever so slightly. Also starting to see more of a definitive idea of when strong storms could arrive in the county.
As we get closer and closer to Thursday and Friday's rain event we have coming many questions remain on what the threats may or may not be. I just wanted to make a quick blog post today with my latest thoughts.
Just wanted to give a quick update for the timeline of rain moving into the county on Thursday. Again my main concern is localized flooding at this point. Not saying we couldn't see a strong thunderstorm but at this point it's not likely.
I know a lot of information is already being thrown around about Thursday and Friday of this week with the rain moving in and Thunderstorms being possible. While it is likely with all storm systems this time of year that we could see severe storms or even strong storms.
We have had a foggy start this morning. The good news is that fog should begin to burn off and dissipate to sunshine around 11am or shortly there after.