Weather: Cheerful & Radiant (6/6/2017)

Hello everyone, 

After what felt like a Monday, this rainy Tuesday has a light at the end of the tunnel. Tonight, temperatures will fall into the middle & upper 40s. Clouds and rain will continue to move out as the night progresses but we will have to contend with areas of fog during the morning commute; some of it may be thick. After the fog thins in the morning, your Wednesday is looking pretty good! Temperatures during the afternoon will reach the low to mid 70s and it'll be mainly sunny! Finally, some well needed Vitamin D! As an added bonus, as the week continues we'll keep the heat!

Thursday starts out pretty nice with mostly clear skies and morning temperatures in the mid 50s. By the afternoon, we'll crank things up into the middle & upper 70s. There is a small chance at a shower or thunderstorm but most will be dry. Friday, we've got a better chance at showers and a few thunderstorms. There will be more clouds around too, coupled with the rain, temperatures will be a little less warm, only reaching the 60s & low 70s.

Kicking off the weekend, Saturday will be partly sunny skies with a high around 76°. There will be a few showers and perhaps a thunderstorm but you should be able to get your plans in. Sunday, high pressure will continue to take over typically that means less rain but it's a scenario we'll have to watch closely. A cluster of strong thunderstorms will get going northwest of us in southern Canada. It's possible those storms dive into the northeast Sunday night & early Monday. Forecasting the exact location where the storms go this far out is difficult. What we can tell you now is that the more north you go, the better chance you have at seeing storms.

Expect mostly sunny skies with highs in the upper 80s and low 90s. Dust off the window A/C units, it's going to be a bit muggy too! Overnight lows will only fall into the upper 60s & low 70s, that's uncomfortable. However, it's definitely a much brighter and warmer week than what we have seen. Good news if you've been waiting for summer to takeover!

-Meteorologist Sean Parker & Skytracker Intern Lexie Walker

 

 


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