Tonight’s models have the warm front moving through tonight, about 4-5AM. Some widely scattered showers and even a thunderstorm prior to the frontal passage late tonight.

We’ll be in a southwesterly flow on Friday. There’s a chance of showers and scattered thunderstorms anytime with increasingly windy conditions.

With a mix of clouds and sunshine, temps will approach 80°. Chances of thunderstorms are highest between 1 and 5 pm. Some may be heavy to severe.

A cold front moves through Friday night.

Wrong information was given on several TV weather forecasts last night— the rain Wednesday  night/Thursday morning was not a warm front passage.   The warm front is still to our south, as explained in yesterdays post here, and will slowly approach during the daytime Thursday.

Today’s winds will be out of the east and then southeast.   The warm front is slowly approaching and expected to pass north of our area after midnight early Friday morning.  Additional showers will break out with the actual warm frontal passage.

Friday will be the warm day with temps in the mid 70s.  If we get more sun than the actual models predict (a possibility), then temps might approach upper 70s to near 80º.   It will be WINDY.

A cold front will approach Friday and move through Friday night.  Most of the dynamics are expected to move through to our north, along with the associated showers.   Cooler temps for the weekend.