Good Sunday, everyone. It may be back to school for a lot of the kiddos, but summer still has a lot left in the tank. Temperatures are surging over the next few days, but a mid-week cold front is looking to cut the heat off before it can fully flex on us.
As usual, we begin with what’s going on out there today. Temps are back into the 85-90 degree range as humidity levels inch up just a bit, but still remain fairly low for this time of year. Skies stay partly sunny.
Temps on Monday will be right around 90 with a mix of sun and clouds. There’s a slight chance for a shower or storm going up late in the day, but most should stay dry.
A strong cold front moves our way later Tuesday into Wednesday to give us the best chance for widespread rain in the past few weeks. Some healthy thunderstorms may accompany this front as it slams through here:
The European agrees:
Temps do come down in a fairly steep way behind that system and should carry us through Thursday, but the numbers should quickly jump by the end of the week into next weekend. That’s when another surge of heat takes a punch at us from the southwest.
As I mentioned with my last post, there’s also the potential for a ring of fire pattern to develop. The Canadian and European Models take that one step further in developing an upper level system and some kind of tropical/semi-tropical system off the east coast:
That would once again knock any heat surge back down pretty quickly.
Have a great day and take care.