More Heat, Humidity, & Afternoon T’Storms + Your Reaction to Saturday’s Forecast

Tonight – Thunderstorms Move Out – High 90

Stormy afternoon! If you already felt the effects of today’s rain/storms then you’re probably in the clear for the rest of the evening. Another light shower can’t be ruled out. Once the sun sets, rain chances really fall off.

This is how the HRRR model plays the rest of the evening out Tuesday 4 PM – 10 PM:

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Wednesday – Chance of Afternoon Thunderstorms; Heat Index 97 – High 93

7a 74 . 10a 84 . 1p 90 . 4p 92 . 7p 87 . 10p 79

We Will Never Forget!

To those who answered a call to defend our nation before and after the attacks: simply — thank you.

As for Wednesday’s weather…Fog may be a problem for those of us that received the heaviest rains Tuesday.

After that, expect another hot, humid day.

More afternoon showers/thunderstorms are in the forecast once again. Will it be as bad as today? Yeah, we don’t know. The Hi-Res NAM model keeps us dry, with most of the action staying to our east: Wednesday 11 AM – 8 PM (below). Remember, use models for guidance, not Gospel:

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Regarding any storms that develop, our NWS issued this statement: “Some strong thunderstorms will be possible Wednesday afternoon. The main threats will be brief heavy rainfall leading to minor flooding and ponding of water on roadways…along with frequent cloud to ground lightning strikes…and gusty winds.”

Thursday – Chance of Afternoon Thunderstorms – High 92

7a 73 . 10a 83 . 1p 89 . 4p 91 . 7p 86 . 10p 77

Things will still be hot and humid. However, the cold front is on the way, ETA Thursday night. The cold front may set off rain/storms Thursday afternoon, but it’ll be so worth it.

The Weekend – Nirvana.

Wonderful weekend weather will be here. Highs Saturday 78, Sunday 82. No rain in the forecast. The air will be very dry (chapstick?).

Finally feeling like Fall! Whooooooo! Enjoy y’all!

(Editor’s Note: This afternoon, I tweeted about Saturday’s 0% chance of rain, 78 high temp. Your reactions:

I also had this exchange with a Ron Swanson disciple: