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Thursday, May 8, 2008

Rain Today- More on the Way

We are in a wet pattern, and looking down the road. The Storm Prediction Center has placed a slight risk for SE Virginia (same spot as last week's tornado). We could have some thunder if temps I see this storm reaching it's full force with us Friday. Another storm arrives Mother's Day afternoon into Monday. A third storm will follow by Wednesday or Thursday. This may be good to knock down the pollen, and feed the grass seed. However, coming out of a drought- we could start to talk about potential flooding. If you click on tab Storm Page (on my main web site above)- I have posted a Warning Map, Radar (with a brighter color table), and Lightning Tracker. Many other maps and graphics can be found in the tabs as well.


This is the third day in a row watching the Canadian Model with our next shot of rain on Sunday afternoon. This map shows the evening outlook for rainfall. This is not a snapshot, but a build up of the previous 12 hours. So the rain will likely develop during the mid afternoon hours. I am still holding out for dry 'brunch' time, but not the best of Mother's Days. Perhaps you can honor the moms on Saturday instead. At least that day looks dry.

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