90°s Today, Storms Tomorrow

Current Radar

This Evening – 84° by 7 PM 

Sunset: 7:05 PM 

As we approach sunset, any showers left in our neck of the woods will quickly end, and we’ll stay dry through the overnight hours:

Overnight lows will fall to the low 70°s under partly cloudy skies.

Wednesday – Early Birds: 70°, High: 87°

Sunrise: 6:24 AM

Big changes arrive tomorrow as the jet stream and upper-levels of the atmosphere begin to shift into more of a “fall” pattern.

A small dip in the jet stream will allow for a cold front to pass through tomorrow, bringing us storms by the afternoon hours:

While some storms tomorrow may bring heavy rain and strong winds, the severe threat is low:

This is not a highly-organized front, and NWS even refers to it as “weak.” So, we expect showers and storms to linger through the evening and into the night:

Conditions will remain cloudy,humid, and warm overnight into Thursday morning.

Thursday – Early Birds: 68°, High: 83°

A few showers may linger into your early-morning commute Thursday, and we’ll keep a chance for storms in throughout the day:

Plenty of cloud cover will be around Thursday into Friday, helping to keep our high temperatures in the 80°s.

Another stronger cold front will arrive Saturday, and that will be the front to really drop our temperatures, lower our humidity, and clear out the cloud cover by Sunday!

Dew points in the 40° = heaven.

Extended: Keep the Umbrella Nearby 

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