Summertime heat is in full effect today as you can expect a scorcher. Dewpoints range in the mid to upper 60’s today, so it’ll feel sticky to uncomfortable, just the way we all like it.
Rain probabilities today are low. Scattered showers and pop-up storms are possible, but also entirely not possible. HRRR thinks the world’s tiniest showers could develop in the evening hours. If they do form and go over our area, it will be quick and nothing to worry about.
Bigger threat today is the intense heat, so be sure to hydrate and use sunscreen.
Let it Gooooooooo
That’s right, the remnants of Elsa will be affecting our area, so I am allowed to use forced Frozen references.
Rain probabilities increase as we head into Wednesday. HRRR thinks morning showers and then more showers and pop-up storms in the afternoon and evening.
Good news is none of these storms should be severe. A few storms could be strong though, with the main concern being strong winds.
…Last Frozen joke I promise. I hope no storms rage on.
“Chance of T-Storms”
That is what can be said about the rest of the week right now, at least through Saturday. The forecast for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday look identical to one another, chance for storms in the afternoon and evening. Nothing looks to organized at the moment to warrant a severe threat. The main concern is gusty winds and periods of heavy rain. Check back later for any updates regarding these storms.
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