WEATHER BLOG: Summertime Front
Summertime fronts aren’t known for being really “swift-moving,” and this one is being slowed by a ripple of low pressure that has developed along it.
That small body of low pressure is what is enhancing the shower activity very early this.
But, as we anticipate some clearing to get underway later this afternoon, it will become more comfortable by early Thursday night. Also, it won’t be nearly as hot as Wednesday was.
The rest of the day will feature a gradual north to south clearing trend, although there can still be a shower in a few southern areas at least early on.
Dry and pleasant weather is expected Friday and for most of Saturday. However, as some more humid air makes its comeback Saturday night and Sunday, we’ll need to cover for a couple of showers and a thunderstorm once again.
Some clouds start to move in on Saturday. Some models suggest there could be showers in the area before the end of the day Saturday. Our feeling is that that is a bit fast so we are keeping the mention for Saturday night for now and then remaining unsettled for Sunday into Monday.
Have a good day!