Some adjustments are needed for Memorial Day. The timing of the rain will be pretty nice actually. It looks to come in tonight and be out of here by 9 am at the latest. The bulk of the heavy rain will be just to our east. But that does not mean we won't get any. I would expect around .75" of rain with locally higher amounts, esp. the further east of I-81 you live. Still lots of clouds tomorrow and humid, but not a washout. This will also mean warmer temps tomorrow.
Forecast for today and tomorrow:
Today: 87. Sunny with increasing afternoon clouds. Very warm and humid. Showers/storms arrive after 9 pm.
Memorial Day: 79. Mostly cloudy to partly sunny. Showers end very early. Humid. Chance afternoon shower or storm.
The rest of the forecast looks good. Enjoy the day the Lord has made by remembering Him!
What you see is what you get … except for Monday. There’s always an exception, isn’t there?
On Wed I alluded to “Tropical Troubles” saying that this tropical low could ruin Memorial Day for the eastern portions of the Mid-Atlantic region, well, it appears that is will do just that. Now the storm itself (though very weak) will not move into our area, deep moisture is likely to be drawn north. This will make for a potentially wet Memorial Day itself.
Until then it is mid-summer: Very warm, humid with a slight chance for shower/storm late in the day. So enjoy it, then do some inside work on Mon while remembering those who died for our freedom (of course true Freedom is found in Christ, and He died for it. So remember Him too).
Points for Next 7 Days:
Friday: 88. Mostly sunny. Very warm. Slight chance afternoon/eve shower/storm.
Saturday: 89. Mostly sunny. Very warm. Slight chance afternoon/eve shower/storm.
Sunday: 87. Partly to mostly sunny. Very warm. Slight chance afternoon/eve shower/storm.
Memorial Day: 74. Mostly cloudy. Showers/thunderstorms with heavy downpours. Humid.
Tuesday: 81. Partly to mostly sunny. Chance for a shower/thunderstorm. Less humid.
Wednesday: 84. Partly to mostly sunny.
Thursday: 84. Mostly sunny.
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.