The last two days of May will be reasonable for late May. Highs in the mid 80s and Wattery chances in the afternoon/evening.
HRRR model thinks most of the activity misses us today and tomorrow. However, some lightning, gusty winds and heavy rains cannot be ruled out. No severe weather expected 🙌.
As we turn the calendar to June, rain chances will stick with us as we heat up into the 90s. Dewpoints will creep up a bit into the mid 60s, allowing our isolated rain chances to turn into more widespread chances, especially Thursday and Friday.
Good news is Saturday and Sunday the dewpoints will slide back down into the low 60s, so there won’t be much of a difference in actual air temperature.
It may be hard to do right now but try to enjoy this weather now. We’ll look back in July and wish we had this forecast.
Weather changes constantly.
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