Rainy Mother’s DayMay 12th, 2012 at 6:27 pm by Tara Hastings under Weather
Hopefully you enjoyed the last couple of days because we’re going to see more clouds and even the chance of rain on Mother’s Day. A cold front is going to push through the Miami Valley tomorrow and bring with it the chance for showers even a rumble of thunder. It looks like the extreme northern sections may not see any rain at all. Here’s a look at our Futuretrac model on Sunday morning.
Grab the umbrella if you are planning to go to brunch and keep it with you for the rest of the day. On and off showers will continue throughout the day. The rain finally begins to taper by Sunday evening.
Rainfall amounts will be less than a half inch in most locations.
The weather pattern becomes quiet after Sunday. High pressure builds in for Monday and Tuesday so we’ll see lots of sunshine. There’s a weak front that drops southward on Wednesday and may bring us a few light showers but that’s it for rain during the week. It really looks like a great work week with sunshine and temperatures in the lower to middle 70′s. Which is a few degrees above our normal high of 70.
I hope that all the mother’s out there enjoy Sunday even if we have a little rain around. Here’s a photo of me and my mother at the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure. She’s wearing pink because she is a breast cancer survivor.
To see more photos of the WDTN family and their mothers check out this link.