Daily Archives: July 4, 2018

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Cooler Weather Follows A Hot 4th

Good Wednesday and Happy 4th of July. As we celebrate our Independence Day, we are doing so with the hottest feeling air in several years. The heat and humidity will finally start to ease later this week as a strong cold front moves in.

Highs today will reach 90-95 in most areas, but the humidity will boost the heat index into the 100-105 range. Isolated showers and storms will also go up, and one or two could become strong…

Thursday is another hot one, with a slightly better chance for showers and storms. Those storm chances really increase on Friday as our cold front arrives…

Strong storms and torrential rainfall is likely with this bad boy. Behind the front comes a taste of the good stuff. Temps this weekend go below normal…

Highs on Saturday will generally range from 80-85 with low and middle 80s for Sunday. Lows both mornings may hit the upper 50s…

Humidity levels come WAY down and it will actually feel comfortable!!!!

This is likely the beginning of a much cooler second half of summer around here and across much of the country. The CFS temps through mid August show this well…

The European Model continues to signal the cooler look…

Do you think the cooler setup means a drier pattern? Probably not…

Have a safe and happy 4th of July. Take care.

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