Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Updated Weather Forecast

This is all you need to know for Thursday. I'm calling it a 3 on the Gold Bond scale.

From our esteemed colleague Dr. StrangeHat:

High Level Summary
Only a few minor tweaks with this update.  Today, Wednesday and Thursday continue to look hazy, hot and humid.  The air quality will be terrible, so take it easy out there everyone on site already setting up.  I'm growing more confident in us getting a pretty heavy line of showers and t-storms rolling through on Thursday, but I'm not as confident in the timing.  It could be anywhere between 5pm and midnight.  I don't think these will be severe storms, just a good dumping if we catch the line just right.  Friday, Saturday and Sunday are still looking sunny, dry and hot, and the change of a shower or t-storm on Sunday has decreased a little.

Hazy, hot and humid. Very slight chance of an isolated afternoon shower or t-storm. High around 90.

Mostly Clear. Low in the lower 70's.

Hazy, hot and humid. Very slight chance of an isolated afternoon shower or t-storm.  High 90-95.

Wednesday Night
Partly cloudy and humid. Low 70-75.

Hazy, hot and humid. Increasing cloudiness, which will keep temps down lower than they were the previous two days.  Change of a line of showers or t-storms rolling through increases towards the vening.  High 87-92.

Thursday Night
Continued humid and hot.  A line of heavy showers and/or t-storms will likely roll through during the evening or overnight associated with a "cold" front.  It's not going to be very cold behind this front, just a little drier. Low in the lower-to-mid 70's.

Starting off overcast, but then becoming mostly sunny, with decreasing humidity. High in the mid-to-upper 80's.

Friday Night
Mostly clear.  Low in the upper 60's.

Sunny, with a high in the mid-to-upper 80's.

Saturday Night
Mostly clear, but the humidity will start making a comeback overnight  Low around 70.

Humidity increasing but overall mostly sunny, with a high in the mid-to-upper 80's.  Chance of a shower or thunderstorm. 

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