CHRIS ALLEN'S MORNING UPDATE
Thursday, June 30, 2016
24-hour First Alert Forecast 270-467-0373
A cooler, more comfortable air mass direct from Canada has settled into the Ohio and Tennessee Valley region! After starting the day with 50s Thursday morning, afternoon highs will be just a touch warmer in the mid 80s with plenty of sunshine. A few clouds roll in Thursday night but we stay dry.
4TH OF JULY WEEKEND:
A little moisture creeps in for Friday as a weak front drops in from the Midwest. This could bring us an isolated thundershower, but overall things look good for Thunderfest at the Corvette Museum Amphitheater Friday evening. It shouldn't be a complete washout for the holiday weekend, but you may want to plan for a shower or storm at some point through the period. As it stands, the highest chances show up Sunday into Monday (the 4th) as a potent wave of low pressure moves from the Plains into our region. Locally heavy rain is possible with some storms during the period. Highs will be in the mid to upper 80s.
BEYOND THE 4TH:
Hotter temperatures more typical of mid-Summer return by next Tuesday and Wednesday. Our pattern should dry out overall, with rain chances lessening by mid-week. Highs return to the 90s by Wednesday.
Sunny and Pleasant...High 85, winds NE-5
Partly Cloudy and Mild...Low 64, winds Calm
Partly Sunny, Isolated Afternoon Thunderstorms...High 87, winds NW-7
Rain Chance 20% (0.05"-0.10" possible)
|Record High||110° (2012)|
|Record Low||53° (1926)|
|24 Hour Precip||0.00"|
|Pollen||3.5 (Low - Grass)|
|UV Index||10 (V High)|