MCS action likely


Another busy week on the countdown to graduation, late update. Once again I’m seeing Modeling position thunderstorm complexes to far north. This is the case today with a thunderstorm complex dyeing out with the drier airmass over our region but will likely bring showers to western regions tonight.

Central Great Lakes sector loop

Lows should be in the 50’s tonight. Overnight another thunderstorm complex (MCS) forms over the Missouri valley region and tracks east. I see the EC and SPC-WRF moving this across northern KY Saturday morning. So what was once advertised a dry weekend from some is now a wet Saturday from LEX-LOU north. wide range in temps from the 70’s and even 80’s south where the sun can come out to the 60’s north to the rain and storms. I don’t expect any severe weather due to limited instability. Though the plains will have a very active day unfortunately with eastern Nebraska the focal point. Sorry for the late forecast for FRI-SAT. I’ll update again Saturday.


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