Good Wednesday, everyone. Better weather continues to slowly take control, but a late week cold front will bring an increase in the thunderstorm threat. That same front will then usher in much cooler air before another system tries to turn the pattern ugly again.
Today will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs mainly from 80-85 degrees. There could still be a shower or storm going up, especially in the east. Yes, this is similar to the past few days.
Track the action:
The 80s are back on Thursday as southwesterly winds pick up ahead of our cold front. Some late day showers and storms arrive, with the bulk of the action waiting for Thursday night and early Friday:
Lower humidity levels will take over by Friday afternoon with highs generally in the upper 70s. Saturday looks awesome with lows dropping into the upper 50s with afternoon highs in the upper 70s and low 80s with a mostly sunny sky.
Another big bowling ball of an upper level system then rolls our way from late Sunday into early next week. That could mean rounds of heavy rain taking aim at the region:
Cooler than normal temps will play us out for the rest of July, and we aren’t alone in dealing with that:
The cooler than normal look continues to show up for August. Here’s the CFS:
Make it a great day and take care.