THIS EVENING: 77° by 7 PM
The frontal boundary that models had moving through this afternoon is taking it’s time. It’s in no hurry.
And, we don’t have anything to worry about…we’ve seen 99% of the rain we’re going to see out of this system. It’s all off to our east now:
(L is for low pressure system.)
Radar and the HRRR agree that one more (disorganized) line of storms/showers around dinnertime is going to be the cherry on top of this rainy/cloudy day:
By bedtime, we will have seen the last of the rain.
Thick cloud cover will hang around overnight, though. Low temperatures will be in the upper 60°s.
FRIDAY – The Rain is Gone – Wake Up: 69º, High: 86°
Yes, you read that correctly. The rain will be gone tomorrow.
High pressure will take over after the cold front moves through today, and it’ll slowly clear out the clouds and the humid air tomorrow.
Highs will only be in the mid 80°s!
Models want to bring in a few lingering showers in the afternoon, mostly to our east where today’s rainmaker will still be hanging around.
SATURDAY – Warming Up – Wake Up: 68º, High: 90°
We’ll stay dry into the weekend, but temperatures will really take a jump up once we get a bit more sunshine going.
Extended: Heat Returns
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