A Mostly Sunny Afternoon

Current Radar

We are going to continue in this summer-like pattern today. Friday looks mostly sunny with the same high temperature as yesterday of 95°.


An upper level weak trough left some energy behind over us and the 700 mb has vertical velocity potential overhead. What this means is there will be a chance of showers with a possible thunderstorm this afternoon. Non severe nor will it be a washout, but some could pop-up briefly. When looking at the HRRR model below you can really see the clockwise flow of the surface high pressure overhead.

Here is the surface analysis:


Muggy conditions will continue today with a dew point in the mid 60s this afternoon.

Saturday our high will be a whole one degree cooler – 94°. There will be an isolated chance of showers late afternoon. They will be mainly southeast of our area. Check out the NAM model below at 7:00 PM in the evening.



For Sunday not much has changed except for the temperature. 91° will be our high temperature with a heat index at 93°. Winds will shift from the north to out of the south by Sunday morning as surface high moves east. There will be some high and mid level clouds present in the morning throughout the afternoon. I am going to go ahead and keep an isolated shower chance for the afternoon on Sunday. Conditions will be favorable for some pop-ups in the afternoon.

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