It’s been nice having late June afternoons not feel like late July afternoons. That crispness in the air first thing in the morning is like a cool mountain breeze.
Well, I hope you have a good memory, because that &*#% is gone starting tomorrow.
The forecast dewpoint at 1pm today is 52º. Tomorrow, 62º. Sticky.
Temps jump back into the mid to upper 90s for Wednesday and Thursday. By Thursday afternoon and Friday we’re looking at scattered rain chances on top of 90+ degree temps. Those rain chances are forecasted to last through Independence Day. Precipitable water values approach the 2″ mark heading into the weekend per NWS-Nashville so some of us could see some frog stranglers.
This won’t be a big complex of rain, but rather spotty showers that will hit some and miss others.
We’ll dive a little deeper on the holiday forecast this week, but for now, plan on having some options if a pop up shower hovers over your bar-b-que or boat trip.
Weather changes constantly.
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