Repetitive Forecast for the Work Week

Top of the morning to you! Welcome back to our page. We have yet another day of sunshine to look forward to. Because the forecast will be on repeat for the work week, expect similar conditions to what we’ve seen so far this week for today and the following weekdays.

The forecast be like… (Giphy)

Today’s Outlook

If you are out and about early this morning, be careful when on the roads. There’s a chance that there may be patches of fog or mist that can impact visibility. As always, this threat will only remain relevant in the morning, diminishing as the sun rises, lifting the temperatures with it.

Today, the forecast won’t vary much from what we’ve seen so far this week, and that won’t change until the weekend. We can blame this on the position of the stationary front extending across most of the country, in a way holding back the chances for storms for the time being. That’s good news for us, forecast-wise!

(Weather Prediction Center)

For today, and the rest of the work week, expect for temperatures to peak in the upper 80’s and dip down to the upper 60’s. There will be a fair amount of moisture in the air, resulting in moderately humid conditions. On top of that, the breeze will only be light at times to offer any sort of relief from it.

Projected dew points for 12-5pm, via HRRR model (Pivotal Weather)

Moreover, the little to no cloud coverage will contribute to UV Index reaching a high value today, varying from 7 to 8 wherever you are in WABBLES. All around, heat index may break 90 degrees today, which will up the likelihood of heat disorders with prolonged exposure or strenuous activity outdoors.

Friendly Reminders

Our team aims to spread awareness through friendly reminders to reduce the amount of those that fall victim to heat-related illnesses every year. We appreciate each and every one of you and hope that you stay healthy in these times of extreme heat! Take note of the bullets below.

  • Stay hydrated.
  • Take breaks in cool, air-conditioned spaces.
  • Wear SPF 15+, protective clothing, and sunglasses.
  • Make attempts to avoid the sun between 10am and 4pm.

That’s all for today! Thank you for reading. We hope that you have a wonderful day. Don’t forget to follow us on our other platforms (Twitter / Facebook / Instagram).

Weather 9/9/20

Sunshine takes us through the end of the work week; shower & storm chances follow this weekend.

Posted by Landon Hampton on Wednesday, September 9, 2020