Patrick's First Warning Forecast
We are in the middle of our longest stretch of dry weather so far this month – three days! But we probably won’t make it to four. In fact we have a long soggy stretch of weather ahead of us.
The cold front that brought us the chillier weather today has stalled to our south and we will see several storm systems roll along that front through the weekend. That means a good chance for showers and possibly thunderstorms on Saturday and more wet weather on Sunday.
The trade off: warmer temperatures. It looks like we will top out in the low-to-mid 60s on Saturday and the upper 60s on Sunday. In fact, some of us may even hit 70°!
The soggy stretch continues on Monday with widespread rain. Tuesday is looking mainly dry until we get to the evening hours as another storm system rolls in. And that storm system will bring us more wet weather on Wednesday.
Between now and the end of the day on Wednesday we will have picked up an additional one to two inches of rain!