Good morning WABBLES and happy Monday! Who is ready to start and endure the second workweek of February with me? The forecast is calling for a soggy week ahead of us.
Soggy Start to the Week
Waking up and heading out the door for your morning commute, you can expect rainy conditions as you hit the roadways. Rain will be moderate with some embedded areas of heavier rainfall as a cold front slowly moves across the area.
Rain will begin to lighten up as we move through the afternoon hours as the cold front pushes towards the east. Rainfall totals across the region will hover around the 1-inch mark.
Rain chances drastically decrease from west to east throughout the morning hours on Tuesday and things begin to dry out during the afternoon hours. Cloudy skies will be the main theme on Tuesday with high temperatures making it up to the 50-degree mark.
Heavy Rain Returns on Wed
Rain chances ramp back up as we transition into Wednesday as an upper-level trough begins to swing across the Plains with an accompanying surface cyclone cutting across the Ohio River valley.
As the surface cyclone exits the southern Rockies and Great Plains, it will bring with it plenty of moisture. Moisture from the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico will help enhance the formation of heavy rain across a large portion of the southeast US. Rainfall totals across the area could range anywhere between 1-2 inches.
That wraps up your Monday wxornotBG forecast, thanks for tuning in and I hope you all have a great day! Make sure you look for further updates on our live weather feed @wxornotbg. Stay dry out there folks.