FRIDAY UPDATE: Summer is Making a Comeback

We have enjoyed a great summer break for the last few days, with lower humidity and tolerable temperatures.  Now, we’re easing back to more of  a summertime normal.  Humidity will slowly increase today, and increase even more over the weekend.  Pop-up, heat-of-the-day storms will be back on the weather menu over the weekend.  This nice little break will soon be a memory.

TODAY:  Mostly sunny.  Should be dry.  I have the rain chances at a very low 10%.  High today 91.  Low tonight 69.  Winds will be light.

 NEXT FEW DAYS:  Widely scattered storms are back Saturday and Sunday, with more of the humidity we’re used to..   Rain chances go back to a standard summer 30% chance by Monday and Tuesday.  Standard summertime forecast.

BEACH FORECAST:  Routine forecast.  Humidity is back. Scattered thunderstorms will be roaming around as per usual.  Highs in the mid and upper 80’s.

THE TROPICS:  NHC has erased the “Area to Watch” in the Gulf.  There are about 4 tropical waves scattered between the Caribbean and Africa, but they say, “no tropical cyclones are expected next 5 days”.

I’m getting on an airplane this morning for a Class Reunion in my hometown in the Cleveland, Ohio area.  My traveling microphone always goes with me, so you’ll still hear my forecast twice an hour on the 8 Bluewater family of stations.

I’ll have another Blog Update in the morning from Ohio!   Have a great weekend.


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