Friday, July 24, 2015

More Weather: The Dr. Strangehat Forecast

Our other cracked meteorologist, Dr. Strangehat, has analyzed the models and come up with his first forecast. It's different from Occifer Boland's most recent forecast. We report; you decide. We'll keep you updated on what the Dr. and the Occifer say.

Hazy, hot and humid.  High 90-95, maybe even hotter.

Thursday Night
Continued humid and hot, with an isolated t-storm possible.  Low in the mid 70's.

A line of showers and/or t-storms might roll through during the day associated with a cold front.  Starting off sunny and becoming mostly cloudy and continued humid.  High in the mid-to-upper 80's.

Friday Night
The cold front may stall along the coast Friday night into Saturday, leading to a continued chance of shower and/or t-storms.  Low in mid 60's.

If the front stalls along the coast, then we're in for a bit of a raw day, with on and off showers and continued humidity.  If the cold front stalls a little further off the coast, then we'll be in for a mostly overcast day with a high in the upper 70's to low 80's, with gradual clearing as the evening progresses.  If it kicks off the coast, then sun will build in and we're in for a glorious day, with a high in the low 80's.

Saturday Night
Potentially starting to clear out, depending on the location of the front.  Low in the lower-to-mid 60's.

This might be the pick of the weekend.  It's looking sunny with a high in the mid 80's, though clouds could build back in towards evening.

The takeaway: If you don't pack rain gear, it will rain. It's science.

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