Rain for Father’s DayJune 15th, 2013 at 6:22 pm by Tara Hastings under Weather
Showers and even a few thunderstorms are going to end out the weekend just in time for Father’s Day. Hopefully you enjoyed Saturday with the sunshine we saw earlier today. We made it into the 80′s and that trend will continue for the next few days.
There are a few showers popping on Live Doppler 2HD right now and they will continue to be scattered overnight as well. There’s another chance for rain on Father’s Day as a cold front that is off to our west moves east Sunday.
While Father’s Day won’t be a complete wash out there will be on and off showers throughout the day. If you have any outdoor plans the best chance of squeezing those in would be later in the afternoon/early evening hours.
Showers will come and go in waves late tonight and throughout the day tomorrow. Here’s a look at our Futuretrac forecast model. We’ll see one wave of showers around midnight then another one around 7/8am Sunday.
We’ll get a bit of a break before another round of showers pushes through around noon.
As the afternoon wears on the chance of showers diminishes and the coverage becomes more scattered.
On Monday there’s still a slight chance for a few showers but they will be widely scattered.
The storms that moved through late Wednesday night and early Thursday morning did produce two very weak tornadoes in the northern part of the Miami Valley. Two EF-0 tornadoes hit Mercer and Augalize counties.