Early Saturday AM July 13th – Staying quiet for your Saturday

Watching Barry & eventual return of summer heat
Early Saturday AM July 13th – Staying quiet for your Saturday

Good early Saturday morning, everyone. We managed to stay quiet to start the weekend out, but we did see a bump in the temperatures and humidity yesterday. After we started in the middle 60s, we saw afternoon highs climb back into the middle to upper 80s under partly to mostly sunny skies. We’re starting things off on a quiet note once again with any rain and t-storms on the radar below staying away from us…

With no major systems to deal with today, we’ll stay quiet as we heat up throughout the course of the day. Within the next few days, we’ll be keeping an eye on Tropical Storm Barry as it to work over the Lower 48. After it leaves the picture, we’ll see a pattern change that’ll allow the summer heat & humidity to work back in. Your latest look at the forecast is right below…

Don’t forget that Doug has your long range forecast out through the middle of August down below.

Have a great Saturday!


Long range forecast through Middle August:


Next Week: Watching the tropical system that could give us some showers and 80s for highs the first half of the week. The heat and humidity stick around the second half of the week witht thunderstorm chances on Thursday and Friday.

July 21st-27th: Mainly a hot week with chances for pop up storms each day. We will watch for additional tropical moisture around the middle of the week.

July 28th-August 3rd: We’re looking at mainly a warm week. Any hot days look to set up for Sunday & Thursday. Slight t-storm chances are possible on Sunday, Monday, Thursday and Friday.

August 4th-10th: Warm first half of the week with a hot second half. Slight t-storm chances on Wednesday & returning by Saturday.

August 11th-17th: Mainly a hot week with pop-up storms each and every day. Warm temperatures look to return for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.



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