Here is a look at our forecast and it’s a challenging one to say the least. Most of the outlook revolves around the track Tropical Storm Barry will take. Tonight should be quiet other a few isolated showers. Mild lows in the middle 70s are forecast. Rain chances will pick up Saturday as Barry moves inland, especially in the afternoon and evening hours. Rain will really pick up in earnest Sunday and continue into Monday, Tuesday, and perhaps Wednesday. Total rain accumulations could be anywhere from 2-6 inches depending on Barry’s exact track. I should also mention there will likely be a threat for Tornadoes on Sunday and Monday with the center of the storm to our West. Stay tuned. We’re watching minute by minute!
Chief Meteorologist John Bryant