An Oven-Baked Week With Showers/Storms Increasing

Current Radar

Tonight: Tranquil, Warm and Muggy – 9PM 77°

Showers that developed across the state today will quickly fall apart by evening. Temperatures will fall into the upper 70s after sunset, but the humidity won’t relax quite as much. Dew points in the mid to upper 60s will continue to make the air feel “soupy”.

Wednesday: Who Turned Up the Thermostat? – Sunrise 69° High 93°

I *wish* I could tell you the heat and humidity would be gone for good. Unfortunately, weather doesn’t turn over that quickly.

Thanks Willis Carrier, for your trusty air-conditioner contraption.

Wednesday will be a hot one. Aim for hydration, and avoid staying out in the sun for a prolonged period of time.

The GFS is forecasting mid 90s by Wed. afternoon:


This would definitely be a good day to stay inside and beat the heat.

In addition, we’ll be watching for an isolated shower or storm by late afternoon. Models really don’t have a good handle on the scenario at this point. There won’t be much of a trigger to fire widespread storms. We’ll keep an eye on it for you as higher resolution models try to pin these chances down.

Extended Outlook: Rain Chances Go ↑ By the Weekend


An approaching cold front will give us a decent shot at a wet Saturday afternoon and a soggy Sunday morning. Models are in fairly good agreement on this, so we’ll stay on top of it through the week.

Allergy Report: 5-Day


Ragweed and grasses are the troublemakers this week. If you’re sensitive to these allergens, they’ll be on the rise, until we eventually see rain (probably by Friday-Saturday).

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