DANIEL MCFARLAND'S EVENING UPDATE
Sunday, June 26, 2016
24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373
RAIN AND THUNDERSTORMS CONTINUE TOMORROW:
We will see a quick break from the rain this evening before rain and thunderstorm chances return in the morning with a passing cold front. These storms could produce heavy rain in isolated areas along with gusty winds, but the good news is that little to no severe weather is expected. After the rain ends early in the afternoon, clouds will slowly disperse and we will be left with mostly clear conditions for Tuesday morning. Afternoon highs for Monday should range from the mid to upper 80s.
COOLER END TO JUNE:
A refreshing change looks to come our way by the middle of next week as Canadian high pressure settles in with mainly sunny skies and lower humidity levels. Afternoon highs will also cool a bit into the mid 80s.
A wind shift overnight on Friday will contribute to temperatures heating back up to the lower 90s for the weekend. More cloud cover is also expected for the weekend compared to the work week.
Mostly Cloudy, Chance of Rain and Thunderstorms Late...Low 74, winds S-5
Chance of Rain: 30% (0.15-0.25" possible)
Rain and Thunderstorms Early, Mostly Cloudy...High 87, winds NW-7
Chance of Rain: 60% (0.25-0.50" possible)
Partly Cloudy, Mild...Low 68, winds Calm
|Record High||105° (1914)|
|Record Low||51° (1974)|
|24 Hour Precip||0.00"|
|Pollen||4.5 (Moderate - Grass)|
|UV Index||10 (Very High)|