Here’s the big picture:
THIS EVENING – 89º BY 7 PM
It’ll be another hot, humid evening.
A few showers may still be around, though things will really quiet-down after sunset:
THURSDAY – Still Hot & Humid – Wake Up: 73º, High: 93º
By tomorrow morning, Bill will be inching ever closer…
For us, that just means another hot, humid day with a chance for showers and storms as high pressure keeps the bulk of Bill’s effects away from us:
We are right on the cusp of “general thunderstorm” and “marginal” risk of severe weather tomorrow:
We will continue to monitor this. As of now, it looks like a few severe storms are possible, though most severe activity should stay north of us.
However, any storms we see could have a lot of lightning, strong winds, and heavy rain.
FRIDAY – Better Chance for Storms – Wake Up: 72º, High: 94º
Rain chances will be higher by Friday as the center of what-used-to-be Bill will be to our northwest.
We’ll be dealing with more scattered storms rather than a soaking rain.
Extended: Better Chance of Storms on Saturday, Fewer on Sunday
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