Forecast Last Updated at Monday, July 22, 2019 at 4:42PM
Rain/Storms, Then Much Cooler
A game-changing front arrives Tuesday morning. Ahead of the front, waves of showers and storms will continue from this evening and into tonight. Tuesday will be much cooler with morning rain (maybe a thundershower) tapering off in the afternoon and ending by early evening. The rest of this week will be the best weather ever in late July. :-)
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Hi: 77 Lo: 60
Mostly cloudy; Showers & storms developing by afternoon, continuing overnight; West wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 68 Lo: 51
Cloudy; Cooler; Rain, with a few t-showers, tapering off by late afternoon; North wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 71 Lo: 49
Partly cloudy; Splendid; North wind 5-15 mph, becoming light
Hi: 73 Lo: 51
Generally sunny; Pleasant
Hi: 74 Lo: 53
Mostly sunny and pleasant
Saturday - A few afternoon clouds; Pleasant; Dry for most, but cannot completely rule out a PM t-shower; High in the mid 70s; Low in the mid 50s
Sunday - Some afternoon cloudiness; Pleasant; Dry for most, but cannot completely rule out a PM t-shower; High in the mid 70s; Low in the mid 50s
A front marches southeast early this week, passing through here Tuesday morning. After Tuesday, cool/dry high pressure is the story.
After a brief look at the sun this morning, showers and storms that developed across the region this afternoon will continue in waves tonight. Tuesday has rain (with a few thundershowers) tapering off in the afternoon and ending by early evening. Temperatures will be much cooler Tuesday.
You are going to love the weather beginning Wednesday. High pressure slides southeast from the Northern Plains (Tuesday), to Ohio Valley (Thursday), and to the Mid-Atlantic next weekend. Temperatures will be 7-8° below average Wednesday. We won't climb back to average numbers til next week. For the vast majority of the region, we won't have any rain until the middle of next week; however, out of an abundance of caution, I included a renegade shower mention this weekend.
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