Tonight: Some Clouds, Mostly Clear – 9 PM 76°
Great night across the board for those wanting to start the weekend early. For those heading out to catch the Sounds game tonight, temps should stick in the low 80s to upper 70s in the early evening before dipping into the 60s after midnight.
Friday: Mostly Sunny, Small Chance of Afternoon Showers – Wake Up 66° High 90°
Starting off fairly nice on Friday with temps reaching just into the 90s by the afternoon. Dew point temps will become a bit more bothersome getting back into the mid 60s; still not super humid, but more than we’ve seen the past few days.
Expecting for the majority of the AM and early afternoon hours to stay fairly quiet with mostly sunny skies, maybe a passing cloud or two.
By mid afternoon into the evening those summertime shower chances do return. Most models show us staying dry, whereas models like the EURO go all in and show showers throughout the region.
The NWS truly says it best when it comes to tomorrow’s rain potential.
“Just not the best dynamics for shower/thunderstorm development, but it is summer, and with diurnal heating influences kicking in by the late morning into the afternoon hours, plus local orographic effects, just can not rule out some pop up showers and thunderstorms.”
It’s summertime folks, nothing can be ruled out. We will watch the radar to see if things begin to pop-up in the afternoon.
4th of July Weekend Outlook: Warm, Humid, Possibility of Rain
Saturday and Sunday:
For the weekend, temps and dew points will start becoming more seasonal with dew points reaching back into the mid-to-upper 60s. Each day we will have a few shortwaves passing through which could bring some rain and thunderstorms throughout our area. Mornings we should be in the clear, but once we reach the afternoon, it’ll become fair game for showers.
Independence Day: Have a Rain Plan
Still a lot of time before Monday, but here is what the NWS had to say today about the 4th:
And here’s what we think about it.
Don't alter 4th plans just yet. Lots can go wrong with the forecast and right for us. But still maybe start thinking about rain plans.
— NashSevereWx (@NashSevereWx) June 30, 2016
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