The deeply humid mass of air that invaded our region is not leaving after dumping a solid 1-2” rain with locally up to 3”. A really good soaking. It was beneficial for the most part, making up for the dry first half of the month. And now it’s time for a cool change …
Speaking of cool, after today the next day we reach 80 will be Wed at the earliest. It may take until Thursday before we reach the 80-degree mark (after today that is). So, expect some very nice refreshing days of no AC, open windows and comfortable sleeping weather. Great for camping!
However, with a cool mass of air like this, and a strong upper level trough, some instability will be present. It is hard to time the short waves that can cause these afternoon and evening showers until you are within 2-3 days. This is why a chance for showers was added to Mon and Tue. Tue looks like the day with the greatest chance for showers or even a short duration thundershower. Monday could have some too, but they should be more widely scattered than Tue.
It dries out completely for Wed and Thu before more humid weather and a chance for rain enters the picture next Friday. The weekend leading up to the 4th of July looks unsettled, warmer, and much more humid. The 4th itself could turn out rather pleasantly cool for July.
Saturday: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy. Turning cooler and much less humid.
Sunday: Partly cloudy. Seasonally cool. Breezy at times.
Monday: Sun and clouds. Chance for an afternoon shower. Seasonally cool.
Tuesday: Sun and clouds. Chance for afternoon showers. Cool.
Wednesday: Sunny. Warming up.
Thursday: Mostly sunny. Pleasantly warm.
Friday: Partly sunny. Chance for a shower and a thunderstorm. More humid.
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.