Yesterday, thankfully the first batch of showers/storms held together thus limiting the amount of instability for the main front during the late evening hours. There were at least 3 tornado warned storms, others produced hail, and high winds. Some severe weather occurred as expected. But again, the early line of showers from 1- 3 pm was a blessing for all to limit the later severity.
Onward we go.
Saturday: Warmer air returns, but so does the likelihood of showers and thunderstorms. Again, some storms are likely to be severe. Timing looks to be after 6 pm. Possibly a lot like late Thu evening timing.
Sunday: Big question. Boundary stalls, but where? North of us? Then we stay warm in the 80’s. South of us? Then we stay in the 70’s. Plus does a wave or complex of thunderstorms move along the boundary? If so, then it is likely to fade SE as it moves into western PA as is usual. But were that boundary is will determine a miss or a hit for us. I think we will be on the north side of any showers/storms Sun afternoon/evening
Memorial Day: Beautiful. Could be an early shower.
Tuesday/Wednesday: Warm front moves through early Tue morning (before 8 am) with showers. Then the warm air surges in. Middle to upper 80’s by Wed/Thu. A two- three day run of 80’s looks likely. It will end on Thu.
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.