The rest of our Saturday will feature better weather to move our way, especially after 2 p.m. We will likely see one last line of thunderstorms form today, but it looks like areas farther south and east of Lafayette will have the better chance of seeing strong storms. I am in the process of reviewing all the data, radar shots, pictures, and eyewitness accounts from Friday's severe weather. I will have a full report coming your way by Sunday. Sunday we will only have highs in the 70s with a few more pop up showers but no severe weather is expected. Get ready for rainbow weather since we will have splash and dash showers mixed with plenty fo dry hours this weekend. We certainly had beautiful rainbows around the area. Here were some of those great pictures. I am glad we talked about rainbow weather here on the blog earlier in the week. That is one prediction that certainly came true and I see more rainbows like these below in our future.
Thank you Brian and Marcia Tolley. This double rainbow was taken near Mulberry. I enjoyed the fireworks celebration there a few weeks ago. Nature put on quite a show of its own.
Rebeka was working on her 4-H project when nature provided her with the ultimate prize picture. Thank you Rebeka and Melissa Bishop. Have a great day and we will look for more rainbows this weekend. Have a great day. Here is to better weather ahead!
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