Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Monday & Tuesday
We will be hot, but unseasonably not-too-humid under mostly sunny skies with highs topping out in the lower 90’s.
Late Monday afternoon dewpoints illustrates we’re in a special, non-humid place relative to our fellow Americans:
This has nothing to do with our weather, but is cool, so here:
Going to the fair? Drink water and don’t let the goats out. That would be baaahhhh(ddd).
Who let the goats out?! Who? Who? Who? Who? Who?
(Editor’s Note: Sigh. I’m a little worried about The Intern 2.0. He needs a girlfriend. He’s going crazy. Will someone please date our intern?)
Rest of the Work Week
High temps will remain in the lower 90’s and our chance for rain will increase each day. Why the chance of rain? Humidity levels will be increasing, making being outside less tolerable.
A cold front will begin to approach from the NW on Wednesday, bringing us a slight chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon and evening hours.
The NAM has the rain beginning at 4 PM.
Late Wednesday night into Thursday morning, the front will move overhead and become stationary. This will improve our rain chances.
(Seriously. Please. Someone please date The Intern 2.0.)
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