May 3, 10 p.m. Weather forecast update – More rain and cool weather followed by a lot of heat with much drier weather | Weather

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Rainfall since last night totaled 0.50-1.25″ over the area.

Severe weather outperformed east and southeast of our region today with hail from tennis balls and extensive wind damage over the Ohio.






Highs were up to 64-72 today but it’s COOL tonight with temps starting at 10pm at 44-51 over the viewing area with wind chills as low as the mid 30’s!

Peaks today:







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A cold night is ahead with patchy drizzle for a while, northwesterly winds shifting from north to northeast and lows 39 to 47.







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Lots of cloud with north-northeast to northeast winds tomorrow with 52-65 for expected highs.







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After 45-51 tomorrow evening, 64-68 is expected on Thursday with a few isolated showers in the morning, then rounds of rain in the afternoon.







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After the start of the first wave of rain on Thursday evening, heavy rain will arrive overnight with a few integrated thunderstorms.

The lows will be in the 50s.







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Numerous widespread showers and a few thunderstorms are expected on Friday. Locally abundant precipitation is possible.

An isolated megaphone or two is possible.

The tops should run 50-60.







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Showers are expected to persist Friday evening through part of Saturday (mostly before 4 p.m.) with 40 seconds, followed by 50-60 on Saturday.

An additional 1 to 2 inches of rain is expected throughout the region through Saturday evening.







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How cool Saturday night is depends on us completely clearing the skies.

It seems doubtful that we’re eliminating many of them. So I keep lows at 41-46.

Sunday promises to be much warmer and partly cloudy with highs of 66 to 73.

A warm front will cross the night from Sunday to Monday until noon. A few isolated showers/thunderstorms are possible (20%).

Otherwise the winds are southerly and we are warming Monday to 77-86 northeast to southwest.

Monday night lows will only fall to 60-65.

Tuesday looks mostly sunny and very warm with highs of 84 to 88.

Tuesday night lows are only expected to fall to 64-68.







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At this point, much, if not all, of next week’s storm action remains northwest of our region.

We will monitor.







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It looks very warm to hot and summer May 9-17.

You can see the impressive heat building.

Today is Tuesday at 1 p.m.:







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Check out the temperatures at 1 a.m. Thursday night next week! They are still well into the 70s:







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Your 7-day forecast shows the heat:







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At this point, the next most widespread drenching rain (based on the latest forecast information I have) observed after the end of this week is around May 16th or 17th.

There are signs of a severe weather outbreak in the Plains, followed by a risk of severe weather translating eastward into our region:







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This system is advancing and we are calming down:







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It looks like we will be hitting highs in the 60s and 70s for a while with lows in the 40s:







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It looks like the heat may recover significantly after that by May 20th.







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The risk of severe weather should eventually return, followed by another cooling and then a big warming with the arrival of many 90s in early June.

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