Good morning folks, get ready for a hot, muggy day in the low 90’s with pop-up thunderstorms starting later this afternoon. This weather will become a pattern making afternoon storms and heat here to stay through the 4th of July and beyond.
Isolated Afternoon Storms Possible Today
Look for today to start cloudy and humid before isolated storms start firing up in the early afternoon. These storms will be pretty hit and miss, and no severe is expected.
It will still feel pretty hot and miserable today, but hopefully not as bad as yesterday. Throughout this week nights will offer little relief with lows only reaching the mid 70’s so continue taking precautions against the unending heat.
Better Rain Chances Monday and Tuesday
Scattered showers are possible throughout the day on both Monday and Tuesday, so keep your umbrella handy. Once again no severe is expected, and highs will peak in the upper 80’s.
4th of July Hot with Fewer Storms
Independence Day will be very hot and humid from rains earlier in the week. Highs will be in the low 90’s, and feels like temperatures will reach 100 degrees in the early afternoon across our region.
A few isolated thunderstorms are likely to pop up on Wednesday afternoon. This could be a real bummer if a storm pop ups over your barbecue or firework show, but at least widespread, long-lived, and severe storms are not expected so far.
Summer Pattern Continues
Under a stubborn high pressure system, Thursday and Friday will again be hot, humid days with afternoon thunderstorms and highs in the low 90’s. Follow @wxornotbg for the latest updates.