Shower and storm chances continue.... changes coming....

>> Wednesday, May 22, 2013

A cold front will move through the region by tomorrow night. Out ahead of it, we remain in a warm and muggy airmass. That means the chances of showers and storms continues at times with highs in the 80s.

Much cooler and drier air will flow into the region behind the front. Friday's highs will only be in the 70s. In fact, many of us will have 70s for highs through the holiday weekend.

Low temps will likely drop into the 40s for many by Saturday morning, and we could do it again Sunday morning.

Looking ahead, I continue to see signs of a big upper level ridge trying to take over by later next week. So, it could be a fairly hot finish to May and beginning to June.

Here's today's video:


Anonymous 9:22 AM  

Hi Matt,
As of now, what does the month of June and days leading up to Fourth of July looks in terms of temp? Is it going to get gradually hot as we approach first day of summer? Also, if I recall correctly, we had few days of 100s during the last few days of June last year but that was as worse as the heat got for the rest of summer.


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