The lower dewpoint airmass that moved in last night provided us with a beautiful sunny and very warm day.
High pressure nosing in from the west providing a hot but less humid WNW flow this afternoon and lots of sunshine.
Heavy thunderstorms are in the forecast and as the skies are darkening the National Weather Service is beginning to issues warnings and watches.
A warm and humid day that produced some very heavy localized rainfall across a small portion of the region today.
Radar is showing a few showers across the region this afternoon, all thanks to the heat and humidity.
Last year on this date we set a record LOW.
It remains a very warm and rather humid night across the region after a high of 91 with a heat index of around the mid 90s.
Although an isolated shower or t-storm can’t be ruled our this afternoon or early evening, the main story is going to be the heat and humidity as oppressively hot weather builds into the region tomorrow.
It’s hot. Now back to you.
A very warm and humid end of July week is on tap. Normal highs this week are around 87, but we expect to be around 90 and even as high as 95 these next three days.
I hope ya had a good weekend!
The radar remains quiet across the viewing area this afternoon.