Good Wednesday, folks. It’s a blast of mid September air working into the region today and this hangs around for a few days. Enjoy it while you can, thunderstorms look to fire back up as we get into the coming weekend.
Highs today are in the mid and upper 70s on a strong northwest wind. Many of us see a mix of sun and clouds, but I can’t rule out isolated showers going up. Track away:
Thursday looks absolutely AWESOME with lows ranging from 50-55 in many areas and highs in the mid and upper 70s. There’s even the chance for a few early morning upper 40s to show up in the coolest valleys.
Friday starts with temps back into the low and middle 50s with afternoon readings going back into the upper 70s and low 80s for many. Humidity levels start to increase as we watch the northwestern sky for some showers and storms to develop. That northwestern sky may throw more storms at us through the weekend:
Humidity levels and temps continue to climb early next week as heat builds to our west and north. The orientation of this setup may open up the Gulf of Mexico and throw some showers and storms our way:
That same flow tries to become much more active by Labor Day weekend as a trough approaches from the northwest. Pressures will also be lowering in the tropics, especially down in the Gulf:
Make it a good one and take care.