There was a huge temperature spread east vs west of the Greens Tuesday afternoon! East it was fall, west it was summer! I was hearing from people in the NEK who had their stoves & heaters on. Meanwhile, west of the greens, windows are open and fans keeping you cool! Everyone will even out overnight with areas of fog, lows will drop into the 50s & low 60s.
Now that we’re through Tuesday’s rain, a more classic summer pattern takes over for the rest of this week. Wednesday and Thursday look to be mostly dry, sunny and warm days. High temperatures will easily climb into the low and mid 80s with spotty afternoon thunderstorms. The threat of severe weather remains low but downpours, lightning, hail and gusty winds are possible in the strongest storms. There will be lots of dry time but please remember, if you’re close enough to hear thunder, you’re close enough to get struck by lightning. Mugginess will be noticeable, especially overnight. Temps while we’re sleeping will only fall into the low to mid 60s.
We’re monitoring another batch of rain over the weekend. It’s still too far out to maneuver plans over. I’m thinking there will be opportunity to get stuff in, it’s just difficult to say exactly when at this point. Stay tuned!
-Chief Meteorologist Sean Parker