Early Monday AM August 29th Update – T-Storm Chances Stick Around

Good early Monday morning, everyone! Hopefully, you all had a great weekend. It has been a quiet weekend for most of you while some spots had to deal with random t-storms each afternoon. It wasn’t a big ordeal, though, as they were quick to move in and quick to move out. Rain or shine, it definitely felt like late August with afternoon highs in the upper 80s to near 90 this weekend. As we head into the new work/school week, it looks like we’ll keep the t-storm chances around before we get a chance to have a few completely quiet days around here. Nothing happening this morning on the radar below…

All weekend long, we had a warm and somewhat humid air mass in place. Once we got warm enough, we had some spotty t-storms during the afternoon before they died out by sunset. That’s the type of setup we’ll have once again for your Monday. We’ll start near 70 this morning under partly cloudy skies before we have spotty t-storms fire up again for the afternoon…

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You can see on the map above that not everyone will see t-storms this afternoon. Much like the weekend, some spots will see random t-storms while most spots remain on the dry side. Rain or shine, we’ll have another warm day under partly sunny skies with highs back into the upper 80s. I wouldn’t be surprised if a few spots topped back out near 90…

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Once we quiet down for tonight and Tuesday morning, we’ll repeat it all over again when we get into Tuesday afternoon…

tuesdaytstorms

We may see a slight uptick in potential t-storm coverage when a cold front decides to either swing by or pass nearby for Wednesday and into Thursday. No matter what this front does, we’ll still be warm for midweek with highs in the middle 80s…

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Once that front clears out, we look good to start the upcoming holiday weekend. We should be mostly sunny on Friday with highs starting in the middle 80s. We’ll be partly sunny on Saturday with highs in the middle to upper 80s. By Sunday, we’ll be back near 90 and we could see some random spotty t-storm chances return by then. We may have to deal with random spotty t-storms on Labor Day also, but the upcoming weekend doesn’t look bad at all. If you’re wondering how the weeks ahead are shaping up and want the latest thoughts on Doug’s pattern, he has you covered over on headypattern.com

Have a good Monday, everyone!

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

September 4th-10th:  Hot with slight chances for thunderstorms on Monday and Tuesday.  Additional chances for thunderstorms toward the weekend.

September 11th-17th:  Mild start to the week with a warming trend through the week.  Hot temperatures should return by the weekend with most of the week on the dry side.

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