We’re tracking a more progressive weather pattern moving forward. Showers and storms will have a better chance each day through much of next week. As of now, things are still mostly calm on the MaxTrack Live Doppler. Only a few isolated pop-up showers and t-showers are showing up. Otherwise, it partly sunny, warm, and very muggy. Temperatures have pushed into the upper 80s.
We continue to track heat & humidity, but now we’re throwing another variable into the weather machine; storms. High pressure has kept us free from most active weather lately, but that’s changing. As high pressure breaks and scoots eastward, a frontal system is working closer to the Ohio River Valley. At first, scattered showers will arrive tomorrow with heavy downpours and lightning. A better chance for storms will be here Thursday, as the front sits over us and funnels more moisture in. While this is happening for us, the moisture leftover from Gordon will get picked up and sent our way. It should arrive end of the weekend with better chance for rain. Other than that, it’s scattered thunderstorms, heat, and humidity for a while.