Good morning to all of you fellow WABBLErS out there. The long weekend has brought a humid, soupy airmass along with it, resulting in numerous rounds of the wet stuff. With this setup continuing to hang around, storm chances are set to continue.
More Of The Same
Much like we’ve experienced over the past few days, this morning will be quiet…for the most part. Bar an isolated shower popping up, activity won’t be getting going until we get into the peak-heating hours of this afternoon and evening. The latest HRRR model displays this below:
Wind & Flooding
Along with a similar setup, naturally, we’ll be keeping the familiar, primary threats around the WABBLES community. Damaging winds and excessive rainfall/flooding will be our primary concern, with the air residing across our vicinity absolutely jammed-packed with moisture.
If you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past few days, here’s a little sample of what storms have brought…
Fairview Plaza is rapidly filling up, awaiting its next victim. pic.twitter.com/2uMQ3BGD9M— Joe Imel (@joeimel) September 3, 2022
Another day of “@joeimel twitter feed watch” is on the docket, with training cells potentially bringing more victims to the sacred location of automobile sacrificing known as Fairview Plaza.
Staying Warm, but Less Humid
After this juicy airmass finally begins to peel out of here come midweek, northerly flow will take over. Late Wednesday into Thursday should be quite nice, with that northerly flow taking dewpoints down into the 50s. A MUCH more comfortable feel than the 70s we’ve been dealing with the past several days.
The temperature department shouldn’t be bad overall, with highs ranging between the low to mid 80s each afternoon.
Unfortunately, the pattern will turn active once again Friday into the weekend, with an upper disturbance rotating in from the west. This will bring back that sultry feel to the atmosphere; thus, storm chances are set to continue once again.
That’s it for your Labor Day update. Stay dry and safe if you plan on being outdoors. As always, follow along at @wxornotBG to keep up with the latest real-time weather info.