Isolated Rain Showers Until Sunset

Cheryl Sanders
July 7, 2020

The best time to see showers and storms will be during the afternoon and tapering off in the evening. Thunderstorms could turn severe with gusty winds and hail.

It has been very warm and humid the past several days and today gets even hotter!

Rain and storm chances will pick up for the second half of the week as an area of low pressure slowly moves over the Southeast to the Mid-Atlantic. The low, which could be tropical in nature, will be moving up the coastline. Plan on temperatures working back into the lower 90s with some humidity. A stronger frontal boundary heads our way by Saturday.

Tonight: Partly Cloudy. Lows in the mid 70s.

Today: Mostly Sunny to Partly Cloudy, Isolated Shower/Storm. Highs will edge up from the mid-to-lower 80s Wednesday to the mid-to-lower 90s by the weekend.

We are closely watching an area of low pressure to our South. Location of this low will be the key if it develops into a tropical system or not.

TUESDAY: Partly Cloudy. Hot and Humid. There is a small chance for some inland pop-up showers or storm coming off of a lake breeze for folks mostly around US-131. Our high closes in on 90.

Temperatures will be mainly in the 80s Monday with some low 90s in northern Wyoming and mainly in the 80s to low 90s Tuesday.

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