Forecaster: Logan Clark Email: email@example.com
Issued: 7:38 PM
on Sunday, August
Chances for some isolated thunderstorms will continue to linger around through the late part of the evening before any remaining storms dissipate shortly after midnight. The increased cloud coverage will limit temperatures from dropping very much tonight with lows around 70 expected. Models seem to agree in showing the dissipation of the stationary front to our north, which in turn will keep us dry for the start of the work week. Upper level ridging and high pressure will stick around for the beginning of the week. Temperatures will still be above average tomorrow with highs approaching 90 and more humid air associated with it. Clouds will clear out tomorrow night and we can expect to see lows drop back down in the lower 60s. High temperatures will continue to approach 90 Tuesday and Wednesday before we see a bit of a cooldown. A broad region of high pressure to our northwest will bring in some cold air advection into the early part of Thursday, providing cooler and drier air out of the north. Temperatures those next few days will be much more comfortable with highs in the lower 80s and lows dropping in the mid to lower 50s.
View the forecaster's notes.
|Tonight||mostly cloudy||a 30% chance of isolated thunderstorms||N at 0 to 5 mph||Low 69°F|
|Monday||partly cloudy||no precipitation||NE at 0 to 5 mph||High 90°F|
|Monday Night||mostly clear||no precipitation||calm||Low 61°F|
|Tuesday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||N at 0 to 5 mph||High 88°F|
|Wednesday||partly cloudy||a 30% chance of rain showers||H 89/L 61|
|Thursday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||H 83/L 55|
|Friday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||H 82/L 54|