Forecaster: Ian Bailey Email: email@example.com
Issued: 8:01 AM
on Sunday, August
Forecast at a Glance
The stationary front that has loomed over the forecast region for the last few days will begin to dissipate as the associated low pressure systems finally begin to drag off to the Northeast. As the systems moves off over the next day or two, scattered rain showers and thunderstorms may occur, particularly in the afternoon and evening hours tonight. Both temperature and humidity levels are going to be high during this period, and could produce heat indices around 100 degrees. Following the departure of the stationary front, an area of high pressure will start build and settle in over the Great Lakes Region headed into Tuesday. Considering the strength of this high pressure, it is likely to affect the forecast region for the better part of the next week. Expect sunny skies and fair weather during the day, and clear and cool conditions at night. As the high pressure moves through the region, it is likely to bring cooler, drier air from Canada on Thursday. As a result, overnight lows could dip into the mid 50's. These temperatures will then warm up headed into the weekend.
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Today it will be mostly cloudy with a 30% chance of afternoon thunderstorms. Winds calm. High 91°F
Tonight it will be mostly cloudy with a 40% chance of evening thunderstorms. Winds calm. Low 70°F
Monday it will be partly cloudy with no precipitation. Winds NE at 0 to 5 mph. High 88°F
Monday Night it will be clear with no precipitation. Winds calm. Low 63°F
Tuesday it will be clear with no precipitation. High near 88° with a low near 65°F
Wednesday it will be clear with no precipitation. High near 87° with a low near 64°F
Thursday it will be clear with no precipitation. High near 80° with a low near 61°F