Tuesday, June 12, 2012

June 13th, 2012 Forecast

After a soggy Tuesday, we'll continue to see some additional rain chances through midweek before clearing out very nicely for the weekend.  The rain we have seen today and tomorrow will help with the precipitation deficit, currently closing in on six inches below normal.

Tonight, scattered showers and a thunderstorm or two will persist.  Showers could be heavier at times, especially within some of the thunderstorms.  No severe weather is expected.  The cold front that is behind the shower activity will work it's way through on Wednesday, leaving mostly cloudy skies and persistent showers.  Low's tonight will be in the mid-60, and highs tomorrow will be in the upper 70's to low 80's.  With the shower activity, winds will be surprisingly light, if anything out of the south.  Tomorrow, those winds shift to the north and could be breezy at times.

Thursday, it will be noticeably less humid with the sun out.  There is a small chance of a light scattered shower in the afternoon, but nothing too strong to ruin any outdoor plans.  Starting Friday and through the weekend, high temperatures will be at or even a bit below normal, sticking in the lower 80's.  Lows will be in the lower 60's.  Great weekend to open the windows and air out the house.  Skies through the weekend will be mostly sunny.  Towards the beginning of the work week, a few more clouds will filter in, but still bright sunshine and warm temperatures will prevail.