The remnants of Irma are taking their sweet old time getting out of there. Tomorrow afternoon, however, we’ll finally get into some sunshine.
Outdoors now, it’s cloudy and cool with temperatures feeling more like November than early-mid September!
4WARN Live Doppler Radar shows areas of lingering rain, mist, and drizzle holding on.
With the clouds and rain (in spots) lingering this afternoon, temperatures won’t go much of anywhere. Here’s a look at highs this afternoon.
FUTURECAST shows how the rain will linger at times into tonight and early tomorrow. Spotty fog is also likely to develop tonight, so be especially cautious driving.
Notice the clearing to our west, over Missouri and Arkansas.
As Irma (or what remains) continues to lift northeastward through tomorrow, the clouds will eventually break here. I expect clouds, drizzle, fog, and mist through late morning. Then, the sky should become partly sunny in many communities.
Look at all the sunny days we’re about to have!
As sunshine returns, temperatures will climb too. We’re expecting 80s for highs beginning on Friday and for the foreseeable future!
Watch Lisa Spencer tonight at 4pm – 10pm. She’ll update you on Irma’s departure and share her latest thoughts on this upcoming weekend.