Forecaster: James Sullivan Email: email@example.com
Issued: 7:00 PM
on Monday, August
We will remain hot and humid through the work-week and into the Labor Day weekend in Athens. The clouds that have developed this afternoon are largely driven by daytime heating and will quickly diminish this evening, leaving mostly clear skies and lows once again near 65 tonight. Some patchy fog could develop by Tuesday morning. For Tuesday a small and weak upper level low pressure will move into Ohio, and this feature could be enough to spark isolated thunderstorms in the afternoon. Most areas will stay dry however with highs once again near 90. This upper level low moves east for Wednesday leaving dry and continued hot conditions. Another small upper level disturbance could provide for a non-zero chance of isolated precipitation on Thursday...otherwise the forecast remains mainly dry and hot through Saturday with highs each day near 90 and overnight lows near 65.
View the forecaster's notes.
|Tonight||mostly clear||no precipitation||calm||Low 65°F|
|Tuesday||partly cloudy||a 20% chance of isolated afternoon thunderstorms||Variable at 0 to 5 mph||High 90°F|
|Tuesday Night||partly cloudy||no precipitation||calm||Low 65°F|
|Wednesday||partly cloudy||no precipitation||W at 0 to 5 mph||High 90°F|
|Thursday||partly cloudy||a 20% chance of thunderstorms||H 91/L 65|
|Friday||mostly sunny||no precipitation||H 91/L 65|
|Saturday||partly cloudy||no precipitation||H 90/L 65|