Okay, here’s a little gratuitous spring eye candy.
Snapped a few pics of green things today.
Weather Lab ferns ready to unfurl.
Hostas gain strength
Garden ready for warmer days
Bosco the Weather Cat stalks his prey in green grass. (He chased, but did not catch, a dragon fly!)
It sure is nice to see the greening landscape after the long winter of our discontent and snow piles lasted into April.
Next system arrives:
At least our weather winning streak is at 2!
Plenty of sunshine the past two days was good tonic for all of us. The next weather system is moving in with showers and a few embedded T-Storms overnight and into Thursday.
Initial band of showers rolls east Wednesday evening.
The heaviest bands of rain should move through overnight, and some rain may linger Thursday morning…with just a passing spotty shower or two possible Thursday PM.
Latest models trending between .25″ and .50″ rainfall.
There are a few embedded T-storms within the overall line as the frontal system moves through tonight, but severe weather is unlikely.
Still, you may see a flash of lighting or hear a clap of thunder and some brief downpours overnight.
Skies should clear by Thursday evening to return us to fabulous sunshine and highs in the upper 60s Friday!