Mother Nature is playing a record that keeps on skipping. What we had yesterday has played out today which in turn will play out again tomorrow and the next day. What we’re saying is that the weather pattern is on lock down for the time being so there won’t be any big changes for a while. That’s either a blessing or a curse depending on how you take it! Here is the latest First Alert Forecast:
Tonight: Showers & storms will fade away during the evening and skies will become partly cloudy overnight. Areas of low clouds and fog are likely due to all of the moisture in the air. Muggy overnight lows around 75 will be common and the will will be light.
Thursday: The morning will feature generally quiet weather along with a mix of sun and clouds. Scattered showers and storms are expected to develop during the afternoon. The chance of rain is only 30% so not everyone will see a storm; however, those that do see one can expect torrential downpours and dangerous lightning. High temperatures will be in the low to mid 90s and the heat index will surpass 100 in many locations.
Friday – Sunday: Scattered showers and storms are likely each day, especially during the afternoon and early evening. Highs will be in the 90s while overnight lows will remain in the 70s.
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