More Wet Weather To Come

Rainfall forecast shows (unfortunately) a bump upward in rain chances Thursday and Friday for the Independence Day holiday.
Rainfall forecast shows (unfortunately) a bump upward in rain chances Thursday and Friday for the Independence Day holiday.

MORNING NOWCAST:
Clear to partly cloudy this morning with widespread dense fog. Drive with caution this morning due to low visibility. Temperatures will start in the 60s and rise to near 74° by 10am and around 78° by noon. An isolated shower is possible any place, any time.

STORM CHANCES CONTINUE:
A slow-moving upper-level low pressure system will continue to meander over the lower Ohio Valley into midweek. The result will be more scattered showers and thunderstorms, some producing locally heavy rainfall. When it’s not raining, expect a mix of sun and clouds. Highs today will top out in the lower 80s, warming a bit into the mid 80s Wednesday. Lows will be in the mid 60s tonight and Wednesday nights.

INDEPENDENCE DAY/HOLIDAY WEEKEND:
The pattern remains rather unsettled for the 4th of July into the holiday weekend. There will be a continued chance for at least widely scattered thunderstorms each day, especially in the afternoon and evening. Locally heavy downpours will once again be possible with the strongest storms. Highs will slowly climb from the mid 80s on the 4th to near 90° by early next week. Lows will slowly rise from the mid 60s to near 70°.

TODAY:
P/Sunny, Scat’d Showers & T/Storms…High 82, winds SW-8
Precip Chance: 30% Rain Amount 0.15″

TONIGHT:
Partly Cloudy, Chance of Showers…Low 65, winds Calm
Precip Chance: 30% Rain Amount 0.10″

WEDNESDAY:
P/Sunny, Scat’d Showers & T/Storms…High 83, winds S-11
Precip Chance: 30% Rain Amount 0.15″

 

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