The good news continues after our deluge of very heavy rainfall from Monday as we’ll continue to see dry conditions not only today but tomorrow as well as a cold front will be pushing through early this morning. The front will keep the rain chances well to the east and south of the area allowing for much drier air to continue to filter in lowering humidity levels and temperatures. While we may see some residual cloud cover from the remnants of tropical storm Bill today, conditions will still be quite pleasant this afternoon with some sunshine and highs near 80.
Friday is looking perfect for anything outdoors as we’ll continue to see dry conditions and plenty of sunshine. Much lower humidity as well with highs in the upper 70s to near 80.
We’re monitoring a chance for some stronger storms this upcoming weekend as the front stalls out to our south. Right now the best chance for stronger storms appears to be later on Saturday as a disturbance coupled with a cold front will move through. Increasing moisture and instability could lead to a strong complex of showers and thunderstorms as we head into the late afternoon and evening. The main threats from this complex will be large hail, damaging winds and more heavy rainfall. This front will then stall over or near the area providing almost daily chances of showers and thunderstorms to finish off the rest of the weekend and start early next week. Temperatures will remain quite mild, in the middle 80s. Storm chances continue into next week, though there will be several dry hours in between.
Have a great Thursday!
[FB: Dry conditions will continue (thankfully!) for today and tomorrow as a cold front is currently pushing through the area. This front will keep any precipitation chances well off to the east and south of the area for the next couple of days as well as bring lower humidity to the area. By this afternoon we’ll see some sunshine with highs near 80 degrees. Tonight a few clouds will still hang around, but overall pleasant with lows right around 60.
Friday continues to look dry with rain chances staying to the south. Temperatures will be very pleasant with sunshine and highs in the upper 70s.
An active weather pattern resumes this weekend as another front approaches the area from the west. This along with a disturbance could kick off some stronger thunderstorms, especially later on the day Saturday, as we’ll see increasing levels of humidity as well leading to the threat of severe weather. Main threats at this time appear to be large hail, damaging winds and another round of heavy rainfall. We’ll keep the chance for storms on Sunday, although it’s looking like it may end up being dry with the exception being later in the evening, but there should be several dry hours to get any Father’s Day activities in without delay.]