Next storm heading our way…

July 30th, 2013 at 9:53 am by under Weather

As high pressure shifts off to our east, we will see winds become southerly this afternoon.  That will help temperatures warm a bit more today than we were yesterday.  We officially hit 76-degrees Monday afternoon with a good deal of sunshine.  Today we will see sun through the first part of the day, still under the influence of the high… but things will change this afternoon as the high moves farther east.

This opens the door for our next storm system… and we will see increasing clouds this afternoon, with the slight chance of a spotty shower by evening.  The best *evening* rain chance will be across the southern counties, with most of the area staying dry for the daylight hours.  Rain chances increase overnight and scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely late tonight into Wednesday morning.  Here’s one of the high-res models simulated radar by 2am:

SIMRAD

We will continue to see the chance of a spotty shower/t’storm Wednesday afternoon, but there will also be some dry weather to enjoy.  Temperatures will remain pretty consistent day to day, with highs near 80 and lows in the low-mid 60s right through the end of the week.

Jamie
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