Brief Early April 21 Update

I was unable to make a full update tonight, though I may be able to make a full update on Wednesday evening. Below is a quick update of my latest forecast, though note that the rest of the pages will not be updated until later on Wednesday.


Short Term Forecast:

Wednesday is going to be another warm day across the area, with highs similar to those of Tuesday, in the upper 60s to lower 70s. A coastal storm to our south along with a cold front bring some light rain from Wednesday night until Thursday night, with a few thunderstorms also possible on Thursday afternoon. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 60s across the area. Friday should be partly sunny and colder, with high temperatures in the lower 60s.

Weekend And Early Week Forecast:

***Orange Alert remains in effect between Sunday and Tuesday, click here for more details.***

Saturday should be warmer than Friday, with high temperatures in the mid to upper 60s. A large storm then approaches the area, with some light rain starting on Sunday morning, developing into a steady moderate rain by Sunday night. There is uncertainty on the exact timing of the rain, though it does appear that this storm will be a long duration event, with rain falling until Tuesday night or early Wednesday.

At this time, the models continue to show a wet solution, though I am keeping the Orange Alert for now. If the wet solution is still shown by this evening, an upgrade to a red alert is possible.

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