Monday, April 13, 2009

Monday, April 13, 2009 Forecast

Expect a mostly cloudy day today as moisture filters in from the southwest. The chance of rain will also increase as we go through the afternoon and evening hours. Some light shower activity is over then NRV counties right now and should see more showers later this evening. A tornado watch has been issued for the deep south ahead of a line of storms getting ready to move through the Florida panhandle. For today, expect overcast skies with on and off showers with amounts ranging from .10 to .25" Temperatures will be range from the upper 40s to lower 50s for us with Dublin reaching 52°. Winds will be breezy at times later this afternoon.

Another round of precip moves into the area at daybreak tomorrow. This round of energy will keep us cloudy again tomorrow as we will once again see the chance for scattered showers. Amounts should be light. Temperatures may get a bit warmer tomorrow and expecting the lower 50s.

The threat of showers will continue to be present on Wednesday. The day looks to be much cooler with temps struggling out of the upper 40s and lower 50s for most areas under a northeast wind. The higher elevations may see a few snow showers at times with 850mb temps below freezing and a little bit of wrap-around moisture as the system pulls off to the east. Expect another overcast day.

Little River at Snowville is at 1.32' as of 6:30 this morning. If more precip moves in, expect it to rise slightly over the next 24 hours.

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