Daily Archives: July 15, 2017
Time posted: 1:13 am
Good Saturday to one and all. We are tracking a few cold fronts across the region this weekend. The first one is pushing south of the region today, with another on the way for Sunday night and Monday. In between, the weather looks pretty darn good for much of the region.
Today’s shower and storm threat is mainly across the southern half of the state, and is centered on the morning hours. Here’s your regional radar to track whatever is out there…
Highs today are general in the low and middle 80s with much lower humidity levels, giving us a rather comfy feel. A
Sunday’s forecast continues to look good with highs in the 80s with a mix of sun and clouds. Winds will gust up ahead of the next front arriving Sunday night and early Monday. This should have a broken band of showers and storm with it…
That will keep temps held down into the normal to slightly below normal range for highs.
Steamy air will surge back in for the middle and end of the week and that will likely fire up some more storms. The models continue to advertise another setup featuring northwest to southeast clusters of storms from late next week into the following week.
The current GFS and the new version of the GFS are in good agreement…
Have a great day and take care.