90 degree high temperature was much more scarce on Thursday than they were all week. And if you don’t hit that 90-degree mark, our almost a week the heat is “technically” over. But if you went outside on Thursday, it’s not much different from any other day this week. In fact, it was probably the wettest in the bunch, with highs in the upper 80-ies in the greater part of the area, the heat index still soared to 90 degrees. In short, neither heat does not mean comfort, but we are still waiting for real help, this is not hot and humid stretch. And if the forecast is realized, we’ll be waiting for quite a long time.
Friday will be warm and humid day with highs down a few degrees shy of 90, then we’ll see highs inch back above the 90 degree mark, wet all the time. In fact, from Saturday to Monday, we can go into another heat, three or more consecutive days of 90-degree heat. Considering the hot and humid pattern, you’d be right to assume that storm should be considered when predicting at some point. These points will be scattered on Friday showers and storms, and then Monday night and Tuesday storms. Tucked in between will be a dry weekend, although sticky and hot.
Our front will lie just to our South Friday down along the line of the Mason-Dixon, and probably not next as he slowly exhaled. But because of this slower movement, a few showers and possibility of thunderstorms will linger, especially in the South closer to the front. However, it will not be actively convective, as in the previous two days.
Highs will be in the next year is warm and in the mid to upper 80s, and dew points will stay in the upper 60’s, still quite uncomfortable, but not as oppressive as dew points Thursday in the low to mid 70-ies.
High pressure builds in over the weekend that resulted in mostly dry weather, but more hot as the wind again to return to the West and southwest.
Expect mainly partly Sunny skies Saturday with virtually no chance of rain, and highs up around 90 degrees on Saturday and in the low to mid 90-ies on Sunday.
Humidity levels will add to hot through the weekend with dew points likely in the upper 60s to around 70 degrees.
IN THE BEGINNING OF NEXT WEEK
A cold front will approach from the Great lakes late in the evening on Monday or most likely Tuesday, bringing our next chance of showers and storms. Heat and humidity will probably peak on Monday, with the greatest probability of thunderstorms Monday night into Tuesday.
Highs likely to return in the mid to upper 80s, years before the end of the week behind our front, probably with somewhat lower humidity levels.
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