tombo82685 Posted May 31, 2018 Report Share Posted May 31, 2018 Well looks like another weekend down the drain. We have a high octane airmass overhead with pwats over 2" currently from now through Saturday night. Best coverage of storms looks like Saturday afternoon which would have the highest risk of flash flooding. Sunday was looking relatively dry yesterday and this morning, well that has now possibly went down the Gigi drain. GFS keeps the area of low pressure further south which focuses the steadiest/heavier rain around DC land and southern DE. Euro is further north and parks the heavy rain over our area. EPS back the euro pretty strongly as I'm assuming the gefs back the gfs. If the euro is correct and eps could see a 1-3/2-4 uniform rainfall over the area with potential for higher amounts where areas get the drenching storms on Saturday. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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