Time: 858 AM Wed May 13, 2020 Forecaster: Justin Brooks

Heavy Precipitation Outlook
Flash Flood Prediction Program

WARM TODAY WITH DRY CONDITIONS
-High-pressure continues to dominate over the region today which will bring warm and dry conditions throughout the day.
-Upper-level clouds this morning will limit temperatures early before high temperatures top out in the upper 70's to low 80's as skies clear into this afternoon. Overnight lows will drop into the mid 40's into Thursday morning.
-Thursday will start off mild before a disturbance moves in during the afternoon bringing a chance for rain showers and isolated thunderstorms with a slight chance for rain showers to persist into the evening.
STORM RAINFALL POTENTIAL AND DURATION: No rainfall expected today.

A LOOK AHEAD: A more active weather pattern starts Thursday with a chance for rain showers/isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon and early evening. A mild start to Friday with slightly cooler high temperatures along with a better chance for rain showers/thunderstorms in the afternoon and evening before skies gradually clear overnight and into Saturday. Another disturbance moves in Saturday bringing another good chance for rain showers/thunderstorms Saturday afternoon and evening before we start to warm back up Sunday into the low 80's.

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