Sunday Afternoon Weather Discussion – 1:03 p.m.

A good Sunday to you! Active severe weather is possible this afternoon across all of the WVUA-TV coverage area. The main threat is large hail and damaging winds. There is a severe thunderstorm watch for all of our counties until 8 p.m. The statement is below this blog post. A late season cold front is on the way, and will bring us less humid weather tomorrow. Temperatures will respond slightly with this front, as highs are expected to top out in the lower 90s and lows in the middle 60s.

We’ll deal with a good chance of rain and storms during the evening hours and overnight tonight. Once the front moves through, dry air pushes in behind it. Skies will become sunny on Monday, with a northwest breeze. Sunny weather will continue through Thursday, with temperatures warming into the middle 90s on Thursday. As moisture increases, we’ll get back into a humid pattern, with afternoon storms back in the forecast on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

If you have plans for the Independence Day weekend, the morning will be rain-free, but we’ll see scattered showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon. One thing to keep an eye on is for a complex of storms to come through at some point over the weekend. We’ll be underneath a northwest flow aloft, which is favorable for that setup. Be sure to keep an eye on our weather blog page and live newscasts for more details on your forecast over the next few days. Our next newscast will be on WVUA-TV tonight at 10 p.m.

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Have a great day!

Richard Scott
WVUA-TV’s Weekend Weather Anchor

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