Saturday, April 30, 2016
As the Great Basin storm moves mostly south of us on Sunday, some drier air moves over allowing the sun to make an appearance for a relatively nice day, though there will still be a chance of afternoon showers.
The storm waffles around the area around Monday before parts of it start moving east of our area around Tuesday. The AVN has Monday cool and showery for most of the day while the once-again drier NAM has only afternoon showers, and considering how today turned out I’m inclined to side with the drier solution.
More drying takes place overnight to allow the sun to reappear for most of Tuesday. The sun will cook the remaining moisture in the atmosphere during the day and keep the threat of afternoon storms, possibly strong, high for Tuesday.
Wednesday and Thursday and possibly early Friday should bring a nice springtime break in the active weather with temperatures warming above average.
Yet another large storm looks to affect our weather for Mother’s Day weekend, with showers and southwest winds possibly beginning as soon as Friday afternoon in advance of the cutoff low.
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