Good morning to you, fellow reader! Thank you for visiting our page. Today, mostly dry and sunny conditions will make up the forecast. There remains, however, a slight chance for precipitation due to a troublesome low pressure in the southeastern part of our country.
Trough Brings Slight Chance for Precipitation
What we will see today is the presence of two high pressure systems dominating the forecast for the most part. However, prominent low pressure systems to our south bring about only slight chances for showers and thunderstorms this afternoon. As of now, there is a 20% chance for precipitation.
It becomes more clear as to why the chance remains in our forecast when considering this surface map. As you can see, the low pressure stationed over Alabama has a trough outstretching to the north. This is an elongated area of lower air pressure that tends to be where showers and thunderstorms may form.
Other than that, today is set out to be a rather pleasant summer day. Our temperatures will be cooler than usual, with a high in the lower 80’s and a low in the upper 60’s. Cloud cover will be more conspicuous in the morning hours, but conditions will clear up and become mostly sunny after 2pm.
Fortunately, the humidity will be sticking around, but it won’t be as unbearable as it has been thanks to certain indices being low. We will not see the heat index exceed the mid 80’s today, making for comfortable conditions. On top of that, the UV index is rather low today, varying from 3 to 4 throughout WABBLES.
The Same Goes for Tomorrow
Tomorrow will follow the same pattern as today, minus the chance for precipitation. Expect for temperatures to reach only slightly higher values with a high in the mid 80’s and a low in the lower 70’s. With mostly sunny skies, indices of heat will be in the upper 80’s and UV will be around 8.