Williams’s Wrap: Soggy Commute
We’ve already seen a fair amount of showers and t-storms roll through the area and the rest of Wednesday afternoon and evening will bring much of the same thing. The drive home from work will be a soggy one, in spots. The front that’s sitting over the region won’t bring widespread rain, but activity that’s more on the scattered side. Be on the lookout for a rumble of thunder, small hail, and gusty winds as an isolated stronger storm is still possible. The threat of severe weather remains very low.
After 9pm the threat of showers/t-storms will gradually diminish as the front starts to slide south. Leftover drizzle is possible after midnight but clouds will move out and skies become sunny on Thursday. Even though the front will be out of the area, cooler air will be left behind. Low 50s start the day and highs only reach the upper 60s. Still above normal, but not as warm as what we’ve been experiencing.
Meteorologist (CBM) | KCTV5 News
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