Scattered Storms in your Future

Good Friday Morning to all of you across WABBLES and a special congratulations to the graduating class at WKU today! We have some showers and storms on the way for us today as well a cold front for a chillier day tomorrow.

high school cat GIF by Nebraska Humane Society
Congrats to the class of 2022! (Giphy)

Today

Today will feature two rounds of scattered storms with both rounds running the chance at being strong to severe at times. The best chances look to be along and east of I-65. The SPC does have all of WABBLES in a Marginal Risk (Level 1/5) and a Slight Risk out for the eastern portions of the state where conditions are more favorable.

SPC Day 1 Convective Outlook

As mentioned above, we will see roughly two rounds of storms, one in the mid-late morning and another in the mid-late afternoon timeframe. That second round will really be the one to watch because the atmosphere will likely have had more time to destabilize. Storms that go strong to severe will run the chance of damaging winds and isolated large hail. Isolated tornadoes are possible as well, but are thankfully the least likely.

Model Future Radar for Today (Pivotal Weather)

Throughout the day, temps will also rise into the mid to even upper 70s depending on how much sun we see this afternoon between storms.

Model High Temps for Today (Pivotal Weather)

Weekend

This weekend thankfully looks to be much quieter and nicer than the weather we have been experiencing the past few days. There will be the chance for some scattered light showers on Saturday, especially in the morning, but it should be quiet overall. Highs will be pretty chilly staying in the mid 60s.

WPC Frontal Chart for Saturday

On Sunday, skies will really start to clear out a bit and temps will recover a bit going back into the mid 70s. No rain is expected at this time, so it will be a perfect to get outside and enjoy the weather.

WPC Frontal Chart Sunday

That will be all for this blog post folks! Stay weather aware out there today but quieter weather is on the way. I encourage you all to come visit us at our social media sites linked below for the latest on the storm chances today.

Have a blessed day and weekend!

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