Monday, July 22, 2013

July 23rd, 2013 Forecast

As a frontal boundary lingers just to our north, we'll be dealing with the threat for scattered thunderstorms through the night.  It's going to be a humid night with lows only dropping to around 75 in the city.  The suburbs will be warm and humid as well with lows generally in the low 70s.

We will be in the same situation tomorrow, so more scattered thunderstorms will impact our weather.  If we see enough breaks of sun, highs could reach the upper 80s in spots, but generally most places will be in the mid 80s Tuesday afternoon.  The cold front will finally push south of our region Tuesday night, so tomorrow will be our last humid day for at least a couple of days.

Wednesday and Thursday will be nearly perfect.  Look for a mix of sun and clouds on Wednesday with humidity lowering through the day.  Thursday will be the coolest day of the week with another sun and cloud mix.

Another frontal boundary will stall just to our south and east by Friday, so we will enter another unsettled pattern.  Scattered storms are possible Friday, but Saturday looks like a mainly dry day.  Humidity will increase on Saturday, and the scattered storm threat returns for Sunday and Monday.

Tuesday Planner

7 AM 74 degrees, Humid

Noon 85 degrees, Scattered Storms

5 PM high 87 degrees, Scattered Storms

Sunrise 5:52 AM
Sunset 8:23 PM