Warm and Humid Weather turns Cooler

Discussion: Warm humid weather returns tonight into Thursday. Sun and clouds tomorrow with afternoon thunderstorms developing. Temperatures reaching the upper 80’s. Tomorrow night expect shower and thundershower development out ahead of an approaching cold front. This activity will linger into the first half of Thursday before moving out and yielding to a refreshingly cool airmass behind the front.

Short Term Forecast:

Through 10 AM:

  • Skies: Mostly cloudy, with occasional breaks of sun
  • Temperature  72-77
  • Winds SW 5 mph
  • Precip: 0%

10am – 2PM:

  • Skies: Partly sunny, isolated thunderstorms
  • Temperature: 77 –> 84
  • Winds: SW 5-10 mph
  • Precip: 10%

2pm – 6pm

  • Skies: Mostly cloudy, scattered thunderstorms
  • Temperature: 85 –> 87
  • Winds: SW 5-10 mph
  • Precip: 20%

Three Day Forecast:

Wednesday: Mix of sun and clouds. Scattered afternoon thunderstorms. Highs Upper 80’s.

Wednesday Night: Increasing clouds. Scattered showers and thunder developing after midnight. Lows upper 60’s.

Thursday: Showers end by midday. Considerable cloudiness early with afternoon sun. Southwest winds 9-13 mph becoming Northwest late. High near 80.

Thursday night: Mostly clear, cooler and much less humid. Low near 65.

Friday: Mostly sunny and cool. High near 76.

Technical: High pressure begins to slide off to the east. Warm humid air surges into the region out ahead of an approaching frontal system. A weak shortwave ripples through during the day tomorrow. A broad trough swings down from Canada Thursday driving a sharp surface cold front through. Lingering trough energy this weekend may undergo Fujiwara interaction with a tropical system that moves across Florida and into the Atlantic helping to draw it closer to the coast. This will have to be tracked as we approach labor day. In the meantime ridging over the south-central and western US gradually expands east by next week with broad high pressure in place at the surface.



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