Mark’s Thursday Evening Weather Report


With yet another impressive thunderstorm day under our belts for the last day of July will start off August wet as well. Widespread thunderstorms and set up northeast southwest across the state on Friday bringing scattered to numerous storms and more beneficial rain. There will still be the concern of widespread flooding in areas that are already waterlogged.

Over the weekend the chance for storms won’t go down much. For the first time in what seems like this whole summer we will set up more of a standard monsoon flow pattern. Moisture tracking up from the south will heat up throughout the day and more storms of form.

How much more rain will we see? Well, take a look at the numbers below and you can see we could add 2 to 3 more inches of rain through the weekend.

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