It’s rather warm and muggy outside on this first Wednesday of summer.
The weather will be giving us a ‘temporary break’ today, although when a couple of showers return late tonight and last into tomorrow.
Here is some old news… today is going to be a hot one. (No surprises in a forecast is a good thing, as I have mentioned here before).
After a yucky pattern this week, a fine and sunny weekend has come into play! The rest of the weekend is still looking as nice as expected.
We continue this unsettled weather pattern this week with chances for showers and thunderstorms once again.
We did it again–another incredible weekend with lots o’ sunshine, low humidity and highs in the 80s!
It appears the rest of the day will be dry, although it may take a couple of hours for the clouds to break for some sunshine.
I hope that you have enjoyed this phenomenal weekend! I have no major concerns in the short term with high pressure in control for tonight and tomorrow.
Surface high pressure is generally in control tonight and tomorrow, bringing sunshine and comfortably low dewpoints tomorrow.
Current upper air pattern has the base of the system that brought showers and thunderstorms across eastern Pennsylvania and New York yesterday into the Atlantic Ocean.
The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, OK has placed the area in its slight risk category for severe weather today.
Skies are forecast to clear out overnight, and with high pressure moving overhead, temperatures will fall into the low and mid 40s.