- Somewhat foggy start to the day.
- More showers and storms develop for the afternoon.
- Flash Flooding a concern tomorrow as storms will be slow movers and heavy rainmakers.
Are you tired of the forecast yet? Good. Because more of the same is on the way for Sunday. We’ll more than likely start out the day dry. Fog in a few locations, but that quickly burns off. Look for another blend of clouds and sunshine for the afternoon, with more showers and downpours developing once we get into the peak heating of the day. Just like today, any shower or storm that develops will have the capability of dropping a lot of rain in not a lot of time. Be mindful for isolated flash flooding tomorrow should you encounter one of these downpours as they will be rather slow movers. Highs Sunday will return to the lower to middle 80s.
Just like the last few days, most of the action should fade away tonight after midnight. It stays warm and muggy. Lows in the middle 60s.
Memorial Day itself is tricky. Enough dry air may try and set up overhead to where Monday may be our driest day of the holiday weekend. Showers and Storms will certainly be around, but perhaps not as many. Highs in the lower 80s. Tuesday looks to be our driest day next week. Wednesday and Thursday, however, look very wet. We’re looking at the remnants of Alberto impacting us. That will bring more copious torrential downpours. We’re watching for flooding by the middle of the week, before we may dry out for next weekend.
More at 6.
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