Long Range Blog: The heat sticks around, but we do have some relief in sight. -Doug
Good Tuesday night! I hope your week has been great so far and you are staying cool. It is blitzing hot out there. We just haven’t been super used to this so far this summer. June was hot but not this hot. Most of July hasn’t been that bad. Lets take a look back.
Most of July has been pretty good. Ya it has been warm but we haven’t been hot until we hit this past 5 days. This is going to continue the rest of the week, then we will see some changes. I can’t wait for the new Heady Pattern to start developing. We are only about a week away from seeing the first hints of the new pattern. It will develop from around August 1st through September 20th. I want a good weather pattern. That means I want active weather and winter weather lol. Heat Advisories stay in effect for Wednesday.
Very similar to Tuesday, back into the mid to upper 90s for highs.
With the high humidity, we will again have heat indices in the 105-110 degree range.
We are going to see this exact weather each day into the Saturday. Then we start to get some changes. A cold front sinks south Saturday night and Sunday morning.
This will give us scattered showers and thunderstorms Saturday and Sunday. But more importantly, we are going to cool down. Look at early next week.
Long range forecast is below.
Next Wednesday-Saturday: Mainly in the 80s with thunderstorm chances back in by the weekend.
August 8th-14th: The first half of the week will be hot with the second half warm with mainly 80s. However, scattered thunderstorm chances each day.
August 15th-21st: A warm start to the week and then a hot finish. Isolated storms on Sunday and Monday, then again by Saturday.
August 22nd-28th: Mainly a warm week with isolated storms Tuesday through Thursday.
August 29th-September 4th: A warm work week but hot into the weekend. Thunderstorm chances Sunday, Monday and Thursday.
September 5th-11th: A hot start then back to warm the second half of the week. Scattered storms Tuesday through Saturday.
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