Sunday, April 28, 2013

Rainy Sunday... sunshine returning!

We were wet most of the morning and then a break midday with only a few scattered light rain showers.  Then a line of storms this evening.  One of the cells that moved through Columbus along I-670 had very light rotation for a short time.  I love it when the rotation is light and nothing too much to worry about... It's like Mother Nature blowing you a kiss.
Here is a picture of that last line as it was pushing into downtown.  Nice shelf cloud.

Other than a few sprinkles tonight and early Monday... most of the rain is done as it moves east.  We could see some fog overnight due to the partial clearing clouds and winds lightening.  The skies will continue to clear tomorrow and then we tap into sunshine for most of the workweek.  Highs near 80 for the middle of the week.  High pressure will build for the middle-end of the week across New England and slow down a cold front.  GFS has been the most aggressive today bringing the rain as early as Friday, but the Euro and CMC has held off on the rain until the weekend.  Here is the GFS model run from today:
I think we will still stay dry until at least Friday, but will need to watch it closely for the exact timing of the rain.  The Cap City Half Marathon is next weekend, so I am sure a lot of people will be glued to the forecast.  Enjoy the sunshine on the way and have a good one!

Andrew Buck Michael

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