A STALLED FRONT FROM VIRGINIA TO KANSAS WILL BE THE FOCUS THROUGH THIS WEEKEND. SMALL LOWS TRAVEL ALONG THE FRONT, AND THEY WILL MANAGE TO KEEP IT UNSETTLED. BEFORE THAT HAPPENS AT LEAST A PARTLY SUNNY DAY TODAY. SHOWERS ARE POSSIBLE FROM LATE TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY. WILL IT RAIN ALL THE TIME…NO. WILL THERE BE TIMES OF SOME SUN…YES ESPECIALLY SUNDAY AFTERNOON. SHOWERY –STICKY WEATHER CONTINUES EARLY NEXT WEEK.
1953 – WACO, TEXAS – TORNADO KILLS 114 PEOPLE.
TDY: PARTLY SUNNY AND BREEZY – 70-75
TNTE: CLOUDY- 45-50
SAT: CLOUDY- PERIODS OF RAIN – EVEN A THUNDERSTORM- MID 50S
MOTHER’S DAY: CLOUDS AND SHOWERS THEN SOME BRIGHTENING – MID 60S
MONDAY: MOSTLY CLOUDY- SCATTERED SHOWERS AND A THUNDERSTORM – MID 70S
Satellite + radar above does not tell the whole story. Stormy weather in Midwest works east by Saturday and will stretch east to west over much of the Nation. Very warm and humid to the south of boundary…cool and damp to north. This front will plague the Nation all of next week and the weather will be quite changeable and unsettled to stormy. Below – outlooks for severe weather today and Saturday. Notice on Saturday how the threat of severe weather extends west to east – yellow.
Below – animated maps through the weekend followed by rainfall for the next 7 days.