Early Wednesday AM July 13th Update – Heating Back Up Today

Good early Wednesday morning, everyone. We certainly had quite a bit of t-storms to start our Tuesday morning out. At least we didn’t have everyone heat up so much as a result of those t-storms. Instead of everyone topping out in the lower to middle 90s, we had most spots reach highs in the middle to upper 80s. Granted, it was humid for the day, but we’ll take warm & humid instead of hot & humid whenever we can during the summer months. We’ll continue to have t-storm chances in the forecast and the radar below early this morning is showing some t-storms trying to get going just north of us…

Our overall setup hasn’t changed very much from yesterday. We’re still on the warm/hot and humid side of things while a cold front hangs out just to our northwest. Throughout the early morning hours, our northern counties will have the best shot of picking up some t-storms before the morning rush gets underway…

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If any t-storms try to stick around during the morning, they should be out of here by the time the afternoon gets underway. Skies should be partly sunny for most of the afternoon. If we don’t get the atmosphere worked over too much with any t-storms this morning, we should see afternoon highs top out near 93°…

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If the setup allows it for later tonight and into early Thursday morning, we could see another round of overnight storms develop and work through our area. If it can, we may have to watch them closely since they could pack a punch. For now, I’m thinking the worst of any t-storms we could see later tonight and into Thursday morning would bring some damaging winds through here. We’ll keep an eye on that possible setup throughout the day…

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After we get through Thursday morning, the front sets up right on top of the area during the afternoon. That will allow an afternoon/evening round of t-storms to ride right through here along the front for our Thursday…

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If we don’t see any big changes in the setup regarding Thursday afternoon and evening’s t-storm chances, we’ll have to watch for large hail, high wind and heavy rain with the strongest of those t-storms…

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The front will hang out on top of us going into the weekend. While that keeps t-storm chances around, it means afternoon highs from Thursday through Saturday in the middle to upper 80s. Once the front lifts back north on Sunday, that’s when we’ll dry out and heat back up going into next week.

Don’t forget that Doug has you covered with his latest thoughts on the pattern and the long-range forecast. You can get all of that over on headypattern.com

Have a good day, everyone!

Nick

LONG RANGE FORECAST IS BELOW BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN:

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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

July 17th-23rd:  Most of the week will be hot with thunderstorms from Wednesday through Saturday.  We will be a little cooler late in the week.

July 24th-30th:  The first half of the week will be warm with scattered thunderstorms.  The second half of the week will be hot and dry.

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