Our NWS forecasts a storm-making frontal boundary will sink south tonight, setting off a cluster of storms around midnight. The HRRR model (not shown, because there is nothing to show) isn’t much of a believer – it thinks it’ll barely rain overnight. The RAP doesn’t predict heavy showers/storms, either. It’s unlikely these storms will be strong or severe.
More rain is possible later Wednesday morning.
Wednesday – Cooler; Thunderstorms Possible – High 86
7 am 72 . 10 am 78 . 1 pm 83 . 4 pm 86 . 7 pm 80 . 10 pm 73
The weak cold front will be making its way through. Slightly cooler temperatures and lower humidity will be the special delivery from this system. Some of you may even call it “pleasant,” at least for July. Think of it as your middle of the work week refreshment. (The Intern’s note: aaahhhhhhhhhh).
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Thursday – Less Humid; Mostly Sunny – High 87
7 am 64 . 10 am 77 . 1 pm 85 . 4 pm 87 . 7 pm 83 . 10 pm 74
The cold front continues to relieve us from the heat of what has been a mild summer. Dew points could even drop into the upper 50s, but will mostly stay in the low 60s. Skies will be mostly clear. A good day spent outside.
A Peek at the Weekend
High temps and high humidity return. A chance of afternoon pop-up thunderstorms return as well. The better chance of rain will be Saturday.