Good Sunday, everyone. The middle of August is generally pretty calm across our part of the world. Hazy, hot and humid weather with isolated storms is usually the norm. There is nothing normal about this summer and there will be nothing normal about the week ahead.
There is no three H weather to be found and a couple of cold front will move in with showers and thunderstorms on the increase.
We will see a storm or two going up out there today with temps back in the 80s. The threat for showers and storms will really increase on Monday as our flow comes out of the deep south. Take a look at the increase in storms showing up on the NAM:
That will keep temps down from where we are today, but humidity levels will really ramp up. That same setup should carry us into Tuesday as we await the arrival of another strong cold front. This bad boy arrives Wednesday into Thursday with showers and storms becoming widespread:
That’s the look of a true fall storm system working from the plains into the Great Lakes. As the front moves in, temps will come way down and the threat for some lingering showers and storms may take us into Friday.
I leave you with your Sunday dose of tracking tools:
Hamburg Area from WKYT Studio
I-75 MP 127
US 60 @ US 460
Make it a great day and take care.