Sunday, April 19, 2009

Sunday, April 19, 2009 Forecast

As expected, clouds have overtaken the region and the threat of some light rain will increase going into the afternoon. Right now, most precip is off to the west, but we may squeeze a few showers out later today after about 2PM...but only light in nature. Temperatures today should stay in the mid-60s...Dublin should hit 64° with breezy southwest winds. This goes against NAM guidance, which forecasts 72 for KPSK and 70 for KBCB...just expecting no sunshine and some light rain...we shouldn't be able to get that warm.

The best chance for rain comes early on Monday after midnight. UVV will be in the +5 range going into Monday morning. Amounts should be less than .25". Temps will be slight cooler averaging around the lower-60s....60 for the NRV tomorrow. Winds will shift to the west by the evening and will be breezy at times.

The main batch of precip moves out for Tuesday, but some wrap-around moisture may spark a few showers later on in the day. Upper level divergence is favored in the morning hours as well, so a 30% chance of showers expected on Tuesday. Highs will be in the low to mid-50s.

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