Good morning! There has been a change. The frontal system that brought showers yesterday has ushered in somewhat drier air. Our forecast is storm-free today and tomorrow. That is a quite a rarity this summer, indeed.
The humidity will be a little lower than it has been, and the heat index may actually stay below triple digits for a couple of days. But, we’ll be getting back to business as usual in the week ahead. Those random pop-up storms will make a comeback by Tuesday and Wednesday, and they will be quite numerous again by late week.
A northwesterly flow in the atmosphere has allowed a couple of fronts to make it into the state delivering drier air.
TODAY: Some foggy areas early in the morning. Then, abundant sunshine. It’s a dry forecast. High 94. Mostly clear tonight. A little more tolerable. Low near 70.
NEXT FEW DAYS: The break from storms won’t last long. Showers and thunderstorms make a comeback Tuesday and Wednesday and they will be quite numerous by late week, again.
THE TROPICS: Josephine is still just a minimal tropical storm with 40 mph winds in the Atlantic. It is expected to weaken and become a Depression. Kyle has become “post tropical” in the North Atlantic.
Now, all of a sudden we have two new “x”s on the map. Two new “areas to watch” in the Tropical Atlantic heading toward the Caribbean. The next name on the list is Laura.
I’ll have a complete video update for you tomorrow morning.
Stay safe and well. Enjoy your Sunday!