Daily Archives: July 27, 2019
Time posted: 1:43 am
Good Saturday to one and all. We continue to see afternoon highs getting closer to where we should be for the end of July, but that isn’t going to last long. Cooler than normal temps are on the way to end the month and kick off August. The transition will also feature an increase in showers and storms.
As usual, let’s begin with where we are today. The day starts pleasant enough, but reading warm into the mid and upper 80s for many areas. Humidity levels are still not terribly high for this time of year, but you will notice a little increase in the sweat factor. We may also pop a few isolated showers and storms, but I wouldn’t hold my breath on those.
Just in case you are holding your breath, here’s regional radar to help you exhale…
Similar temps will be noted on Sunday as we get a little better chance for a shower or storm to develop.
Showers and storms will then increase from west to east later Monday into Tuesday, but neither day will feature all day rain by any means.
The big news is the cooler air being ushered in by this system as a trough digs back into the east by Tuesday…
That trough may try to spit and leave energy slowly meandering across the south later in the week into next week. That could create some kind of cutoff system trying to develop, bringing a return of rain chances. You can see that on the GFS animation from Monday through Sunday…
If that setup is realizes, it could also open the door for some up close tropical development .
Have a great Saturday and take care.