Thursday 9PM-1AM-Friday Morning: It now appears that our surface low pressure system on the latest runs will increase some good flow ahead of the front and warm front all southwest, south, and southeast of Columbus.
This type of set-up would bring long line or complex of storms, typical of an MCS (Mesoscale Convective System) These type of storms could bring damaging wind, heavy rainfall, and the possibility of weak tornadoes along the leading edge of this line. More like a straight line wind event briefly.
Friday through 8/7CT AM: Scattered wrap around moisture, with breezy and gusty conditions quickly clearing us, just in time ,for the weekend. Friday night events consisten as I was saying all week are still looking good.
A drier pattern for most of next week until the following Thursday through the first weekend in May.