Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Wednesday, April 15, 2009 Forecast

Another cloudy day to start. Local radar is clear of any precip this morning, and most areas should stay dry today. Convergence at 700mb leads me to believe that we may see some clearing skies as we go through the day. MOS guidance says otherwise, and with thick cloud cover right now, I expect us to stay mostly cloudy today...but don't be suprised to see a few rays of sunshine on and off today. Most areas should be dry, with the highest chance for a stray shower into the mountains of West Virginia. Winds will be light today and temperatures should close in around 55° this afternoon for Dublin.

A nice day looks to be on tap for Thursday, with sunshine and rising temperatures in the afternoon. High pressure will start to make its way into our region form the north and our skies will begin to clear. Temperatures should reach the upper 50s to lower 60s on Thursday with drier air filtering in and light winds. Dublin should reach 62° with higher elevations being slightly cooler. Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy to start, then clearing to mostly sunny by afternoon.

The area of high pressure will settle in over our region for Friday bringing us fair weather and light winds. Skies will be clear over Thursday night and into the day on Friday. Expecting temperatures into the upper 60s during the afternoon, with mid to upper-30s to start off the day at sunrise. Winds will be light and Dublin should reach 69°.

Little River at Snowville bridge is at 1.44' this morning at 6:30AM. Expecting this height to decrease over the next 24-48 hours with little or no precip forecast over the basin.

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