8/1/22 Monday 1 pm
Dewpoints have been on the rise all morning. Dewpoint temperatures are in the mid-50s to 60 throughout the entire forecast area. Mid-50s at the higher elevation locations are very impressive! This should indicate storm development across the forecast area over the next couple/few hours.
Tomorrow drier air is set to move into the forecast area. If we get widespread showers late today/tonight the residual moisture could lead to isolated showers Tuesday afternoon. At the moment it looks like that will be confined to the higher terrain, we will see. Wednesday afternoon the shower coverage may tick up a bit more than Tuesday.
Thursday will be a transitional day as deeper moisture arrives throughout the day. This should lead to more widespread late day, evening, and overnight showers. This will continue Friday and extend through the weekend.
Tomorrow I will be covering the extended outlook through August and into September. The model data will be out tonight but I can already tell you that based on other parameters I am tracking, I expect to see significantly positive precipitation anomalies!
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