Tuesday, June 18, 2013

June 19th, 2013 Forecast

Look for scattered showers and thunderstorms tonight, most numerous during the evening.  There could still be some storms around after midnight, but they will eventually taper off late tonight.  Humidity will be lowering throughout the night, so it will feel much more comfortable outside as you step out the door in the morning.  Lows will range from 58 north and west to 65 in the city.  Winds will become northerly at 5 to 15 mph.

Wednesday may start off with leftover cloud cover, but skies will become mostly sunny by midday or so.  It will be a fantastic afternoon with low humidity and highs in the mid to upper 70s. There will be a refreshing breeze out of the north at 5 to 15 mph.

High pressure will set up for Thursday through Saturday with temperatures warming back into the 80s, so as the calendar switches to summer on Friday the weather will also slowly transition to summer.  A warm front will move through on Sunday and bring heat, humidity, and possible thunderstorms with it right through Tuesday.  Our second heat wave of the year is possible Sunday through Tuesday (possibly beyond) with temperatures flirting with 90.
Wednesday Planner

7 AM 65 degrees, Less Humid

Noon 73 degrees, Becoming Mostly Sunny

5 PM high 79 degrees, Pleasant

Sunrise 5:32 AM

Sunset 8:32 PM