TDY: INCREASING CLOUDS – 60-65
TNTE: CLOUDY- RAIN TOWARD A.M. – 50
FRI: CLOUDS AND SHOWERS – 65-70
SAT: EARLY SHOWERS OTHERWISE PARTLY SUNNY – LOWER 70S
SUN: TURNING CLOUDY, CHANCE OF RAIN DEVELOPING – 50’S
WEATHER TRIVIA:1956 – BRADLEY, CT. DROPS TO 28F…LOWEST EVER IN MAY
Satellite + radar shows stormy weather north through south from Great Lakes to Gulf Coast. That front moves east and lands up on East Coast Friday and into weekend. Below – risk of severe weather today in dark green and yellow.
Below – animated maps followed by rainfall projection into Wednesday of next week. Most of that rainfall for the East coming Sunday and on.
As usual there are always timing problems with weather. Models are quite varied in bringing rain to East again on Sunday, Mother’s Day. The most consistent…as usual…The Euro….so looks wet Sunday afternoon and onward from Northeast on south. Below – The Euro’s projection for Sunday .
Lastly – snapshot weather for Friday followed by today’s pollen map.