Low humidity airmass...

>> Thursday, June 30, 2011

Our region gets to enjoy a nice break from the heat and humidity over the next couple of days. Dewpoints will be in the 50s today and tomorrow (even some 40s dps in some spots this afternoon), meaning humidity levels will be very low. Combine that with full sun and highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s, and the result is a couple of nice summer days.

The heat and humidity will build back in over the upcoming holiday weekend with highs well into the 90s Saturday and surging toward the upper 90s in many spots Sunday.

Afternoon storm chances return Sunday and extend through much of next week. If your fireworks display of choice is Saturday night, odds are you will be dry. However, some of the region's displays Monday evening will have to dodge some scattered storms.


Tropical Storm Arlene made landfall near Cabo Rojo, Mexico this morning as a 65mph tropical storm. I believe if the system had another 6-12 hours over water, it would have become a hurricane.

The big problem from Arlene will be flooding and mudslides in Mexico.


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