May 31, 2009 Leave a comment
For the last day of May, it has certainly felt like it, with temperatures in the lower 90s this afternoon. With some dry air in place, we’ll notice a quick cool down once the sun sets, which is going to set us up for a nice evening; in-fact, temperatures tomorrow morning will start off in the lower 60s. The pleasant temperatures won’t last long, as we’ll quickly heat up into the lower 90s during the afternoon hours. Humidity will remain rather low, so don’t expect very muggy conditions for our Monday; that will be changing by the time Tuesday and Wednesday arrive.
More clouds move in on Tuesday, with a stray afternoon storm in the forecast. The better chances of rain will move in on Wednesday and Thursday as a surface low gets organized close by. As more clouds and showers move in, we’ll drop out daytime highs back into the upper 80s. A low pressure will move just to our north on Thursday, which will bring a good chance of rain and storms; some storms could be strong Thursday afternoon. Due to a mostly cloudy sky and rain in the area, temperatures will struggle to reach the middle 80s. Dry air moves in on Friday, which will leave us dry for the weekend. If you have outdoor plans next weekend, we will be dry and hot. Temperatures will warm back into the upper 80s.
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Have a great day!
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