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June 4, 2019 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

The last dry day we’re going to see this week is almost over. It appears that scattered showers and thunderstorms will be the order of the day for every day for a while. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast through Saturday!

There’s been some clouds today, a few more than expected, but it’s still been a nice warm day, about 2 degrees warmer than forecast. Our average this time of year is around 81, and we’ll certainly be close to that the next couple days. Here’s the sometimes-rainy outlook:

  • Tonight-Partly to mostly cloudy. Low 63.
  • Wednesday-Partly to mostly cloudy with scattered showers and thunderstorms. High 82.
  • Wednesday night-Scattered showers and thunderstorms. Low 64.
  • Thursday-Mostly cloudy with scattered showers and storms. High 81.
  • Friday-Cloudy with scattered showers and storms. High 82.
  • Saturday-Mostly cloudy, scattered showers and storms. High 82.

The weather stays dry tonight and into tomorrow morning before storms arrive. Then, we could see some strong to severe storms across our area. We’re at level 2 of the 5 tier Storm Prediction Center outlook for severe storms tomorrow, so be aware that things might get a little rough tomorrow, with the main threats for us being damaging winds and hail with storms.

A more enduring threat through the forecast period could well be flooding. If we see a good number of storms each day tomorrow through the weekend, parts of our area might see some flooding. If you’re in one of those flood prone areas, keep an eye on the weather the next couple days, and the source of the flooding in your area. Be ready to go to higher ground if need be!

That said, it’s not going to be constant rain and storms tomorrow afternoon through Saturday. There will be breaks from time to time, and perhaps some substantial breaks. But as storms move through, they’ll dump a good amount of rain along with the other thunderstorm threats. And if they go over the same areas constantly, the flooding I mentioned earlier could become a big problem.

A look at the extended forecast shows off-and-on storms this weekend, through at least Sunday. Eventually, all this will get pushed out of here, and as of now it looks like that could be Monday or Tuesday before a big cold front out west finally crosses the country to clean up the weather a bit into next week.

I’ll have updates as needed here and on Twitter in the coming days. Have a great Wednesday, and stay safe!

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