Time to dust off the umbrellas

We are already seeing the signs of our next weather system and it started this morning with the warming temperatures and the cloud cover.  We will see some sunshine this morning, however, by this afternoon our clouds will thicken up and our chances for rain showers or a wintry mix will increase.  Our rain showers will start light during our evening commute, and then intensify during the evening and overnight hours. The low-pressure system will slide to our north giving us the best chance to see some embedded thunderstorms.  These storms are not expected to be severe, but they will pack some moderate to heavy rainfall.  Rainfall totals will vary from a half inch up to three quarters of an inch.  The higher amount of rain will occur if you experience an embedded thunderstorm.  Rain showers will continue as we head into Wednesday morning, so do not forget your umbrella as you head out.


Posted under rain, weather

This post was written by qni_it on February 28, 2012

2 Comments so far

  1. m February 28, 2012 1:42 PM

    It’s snowing in Woodstock

  2. WI Wx Buff February 28, 2012 2:41 PM

    2:40 Getting some – uh – not sure what it is … hail? Sleet? Graupel (sp?) up in Madison, WI right now. Bouncy little balls of ice is what it is — how the Heck are you supposed to figure out which of the above phenomena it is anyway?

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