Summer Saturday

Southerly winds crank up the heat & humidity
Posted at 7:03 AM, Jul 27, 2019

Temperatures have been steadily climbing each afternoon and this weekend will bring the hottest temperatures since the last heat wave. Expect each morning to start in the mid-60s before the afternoons heat up to the upper 80s/low 90s. No rain is expected through the weekend.

The summer pattern will continue this weekend with mild mornings, hot afternoons, and very little rain to speak of. High pressure still controls the forecast however we’re getting the southerly winds on the westerly side of the high. This means more heat and humidity each afternoon. Once we’re through the weekend the pressure lowers a bit. An incoming cold front will bring a chance for rain and thunderstorms starting around Tuesday. Temperatures will only cool slightly and humidity will get cut a bit. Otherwise, our summer pattern continues in full swing.