An active weather pattern is brewing right now over the Pacific Ocean and could hit Green Country this weekend.
News On 6 Meteorologist Alan Crone says, "We will be talking about our rain probabilities for the next couple of days."
Alan says the winds will pick up and fuel the next major storm system.
The rain may start to trickle in Thursday.
"Thursday morning we may have one or two, but over the weekend, Friday and Saturday, it's a decent opportunity for some showers and storms."
The current data shows moderate to heavy rainfall.
“If winds aloft are strong enough, a few storms could become severe near the boundary. We'll not know the specifics of this Friday morning set up for another day or so.”
There is also a possibility for more storms Sunday night or Monday morning.
The high temperature for the rest of the week is mid-70’s to near 80s.
Alan says, “Overnight lows will remain in the 40s for the next two mornings and move into the 50s and 60s for the remainder of the seven day planner. “
The KRMG Storm Center is staffed and ready to go should any of the storms become severe.
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