Jul 9, 2014 7:12 AM by Stormtracker Meteorologist Tom Ackerman
A weak cold front will slowly sag south today and the few showers and t-storms that were hanging on overnight into this morning will be out of here late this morning. In the place of scattered showers and storms- a ridge of Canadian high pressure that will keep your Stormtracker forecast dry, quiet and pleasant for a few days. Expect partly sunny skies Wednesday with early morning isolated showers and storms mainly over southeastern counties gradually fading. Highs will top out very close to our average high, in the mid 80s.
After a cool night with lows in the low 60s and mostly clear skies we're back in the low to mid 80s Thursday with plenty of sunshine mixed with a few clouds. A north wind will help keep the humidity in check and it should be a beautiful day! Friday will end up nice as well- mostly sunny and in the mid to upper 80s. Heat and humidity will start to climb this weekend with highs in the upper 80s pushing 90 degrees and a chance for scattered showers and t-storms rising especially late in the weekend.