Typical 4th of July Forecast

Good Friday, folks. As crazy as it sounds, we’ve made it to the 4th of July holiday weekend. As expected, our temps are running on the seasonally toasty side of the thermometer, but there’s an increasing shot of some storms cutting into the numbers. That’s especially true late in the weekend through next week.

Highs out there today will be range from the middle 80s to lower 90s, depending on where you live. We will keep those numbers going through the holiday weekend.

However, the setup continues to find the hottest temps going up and around us as much lower heights show up from our region into the deep south…

That’s essentially another upper level low spinning and that will try to throw a storm or two at us on the 4th, with better chances showing up from the 5th through 7th…

There’s the chance we keep a few storms going the rest of next week and into next weekend…

The Canadian is sniffing out the same thing…

The Euro isn’t quite as bullish on the storm chances, but you know my thoughts on the Euro this year. It’s really struggling with not being able to see two things… Rain and cooler temps. If the Euro had been accurate, we would have had numerous days in the 90s back in June. Memo to the local weather world… Stop using the Euro until it matches other models and sheds it’s current biases. 🙂

Have a Happy 3rd of July and take care.

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