|Kirkwood. Last Friday.|
6PM GFS keeps the rain off until later afternoon, with the heaviest band moving through after night fall. Then, it looks like rain clears out for the morning on Thursday, with light rain returning in the afternoon or evening. So, like a one, two punch. Or a one punch, and a tap. Wednesday night we are looking at between a quarter and a half inch by Thursday morning. The second round looks like only a drizzle, maybe a tenth of an inch, and finishing by midnight. Friday will cool, but clear.
It is going to be cold during the storm as well. It won't be so bad tomorrow morning, but we will hit our high in the upper 50s early in the day. Then the cold front moves through. We drop into the low 40s over night, but on Thursday, highs will be in the low 50s and cloudy. And maybe drizzly. It will feel cold. A little warmer and with a bit more sun on Friday. And then we will see high pressure begin to nose in. Highs will move back into the mid 60s by Sunday. Sun with clouds during the period. And as of now, next week looks like seasonal and dry. We could be headed into a prolonged dry period.