5.24 Midday Zones Update: Heavy Rainfall, T-Storms, Coastal Flooding Possible Thursday

Good afternoon. Low pressure that brought some light early this morning, is moving further offshore. This will allow for clouds to clear for more sunshine this afternoon. This will help temperatures rise into the upper 60s to lower 70s over much of the region, especially inland. A northeasterly flow may keep some coastal sections a little cooler in the lower to middle 60s.

Then clouds will increase again this evening and overnight, as larger storm system from the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys , that we’ve been discussing over the past few days that we’ve been discussing over the past few days with these zone forecast updates, finally begins moving into the region. As more lift with mid-level warm advection and isentropic lift increases ahead of warm front, some may start developing form southwest to northeast across the region, very late tonight. Cloud cover will likely support low temperatures drop into 50s over most of the region.

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