Early Friday AM June 17th Update – Hot & Humid to Start the Weekend

Good early Friday morning, everyone. We finally made it to another weekend and we’re also coming up on Father’s Day and the first official day of summer very soon. Holy cow, this year is flying by! Before I diverge any further, let’s talk weather. We don’t have to deal with any t-storms to start our Friday morning out. For your Friday morning, the radar below is going to stay quiet…

We have to go through another hot and humid day before some changes work in for this weekend. Those changes will come as a frontal system northeast of us sneaks in today…

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We’ll start our Friday morning quiet but on the mild/warm side of the front. By Friday afternoon, the front edges closer to our area…

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Before any t-storms try to get together under partly sunny skies, it will again be hot and humid just like we were for a good portion of the week. After we start in the lower to middle 70s this morning, we’ll go back near 94° for afternoon highs. With dew points still planning on ranging between the lower to middle 70s, it’ll feel like it’s between 100° and 105° this afternoon…

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As far as t-storm chances go for your Friday, the chances will pick up after 1 PM and continue through the afternoon and into the evening…

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I don’t expect any t-storms that fire up Friday afternoon and evening to turn severe, but I would not be surprised if the storms were strong. As the front sinks south Friday night and going into Saturday, the back side of the front will give us a break from some of the heat and some of the humidity. Have a look below. Instead of highs close to the middle 90s for Saturday, we’ll have highs in the upper 80s to near 90°…

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With drier air behind the front as well, it won’t be so humid compared to much of this week. That will be a nice change! We’ll stay dry and near 90° for Father’s Day and for the official start of summer on Monday. By Tuesday and going through next Thursday, we should see another front stall out near our area. If that setup pans out, that’ll mean highs in the upper 80s with better t-storm chances to go along with it.

If you want all of Doug’s updates on our pattern and new cycle taking shape for the next 13 months, check out headypattern.com

Have a good Friday!

Nick

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LONG RANGE FORECAST: Based off of the HP(Heady Pattern)

SLIGHT CHANCES:  MEAN IT IS A WEAKER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US SCATTERED SHOWERS OR SNOW SHOWERS. 

IF I DON’T SAY SLIGHT:  THAT MEANS THIS IS A STRONGER SYSTEM

June 24th & 25th:  The start of the weekend looks mainly dry and very warm.

June 26th-July 2nd:  Warm to hot week with an upper level wave hanging out most of the week giving us scattered thunderstorms across the region.

July 3rd-9th:  A warm start to the week with a warming trend through the week.  Mainly dry through the week.

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