Dave Murray’s Latest Forecast

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The Latest Forecast from Fox 2 Chief Meteorologist Dave Murray AND THE DAILY DISCO:

THURSDAY:

LOTS OF CLOUDS…BREEZY AND COOLER WITH PERIODS OF RAIN…MAYBE A THUNDERSTORM…NOTHING SEVERE
WINDS: SOUTH 10-20 M.P.H.
HIGH: 70 DEGREES

THURSDAY NIGHT:

LOTS OF CLOUDS…COOL..A FEW SHOWERS…LIMITED AT NIGHT
WINDS: SOUTHEAST 5-15 M.P.H.
LOW: 52 DEGREES

FRIDAY:

CLOUDS AND PERIODS OF RAIN AND STORMS…NOTHING SEVERE.
WINDS: SOUTHEAST 10-20 M.P.H
HIGH: 68 DEGREES

CONCERNS ABOUT FLOODING AND FLASH FLOODING ALONG THE SAME STREAMS AND CREEKS…NO A SEVERE STORM OUTBREAK…JUST TWO MAIN BATCHES OF RAIN WITH SOME STORMS…BUT SINCE THE GROUND IS WET…SOME LOCAL FLOODING IS POSSIBLE

ITS ALL ABOUT OUR BUBBLE OF LOW PRESSURE COMING OUT OF THE SOUTHERN PLAINS AND FIDING ITS WAY OVER THE BI-STATE OVER THE NEXT 2 TO 3 DAYS…PAINFULLY SLOW. ITS A CUT-OFF LOW PRESSURE…OUT OF THE MAIN FLOW…SO THERE IS NOTHING BIG TO PUSH IT…SO IT JUST TAKES ITS TIME…LOOKING FOR TWO MAIN SLUGS OF RAIN WITH THIS SYSTEM…RAIN AND A FEW STORMS THURSDAY…ESPECIALLY THE MORNING AND EARLY AFTERNOON…HEAVY DOWNPOURS AT TIMES…THEN A BREAK THURSDAY NIGHT WITH ANOTHER SLUG SPINNING WITH THE BUBBLE OF LOW PRESSURE…THATS THE PLAYER FOR FRIDAY…WITH SOME RAIN AND A FEW SMALL STORMS…AGAIN NOTHING SEVERE. FOR THE WEEKEND…LETS THINK CLEARING SKIES ON SATURDAY AND SUNSHINE ON SUNDAY…ITS COOLER BUT STILL PRETTY EASY TO TAKE FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR…IN THE 60’S…BACK INTO THE 70’S EARLY NEXT WEEK…THEN A COLD FRONT ARRIVES THE MIDDLE OF NEXT WEEK…MAYBE SOME STORMS…BUT THE COOL DOWN IS NOT BIG…THE CORE COLD WILL SHIFT OVER THE GREAT LAKES AND THE NORTHEAST.