Typical and in need of Rain.
The weather for the next week will be typical. That is all. No records. Nothing extreme. No major floods. No excessive droughts. No cold waves. Just plain ordinary mid-July weather: Hot and humid.
Of course there will be day to day variations of that heat and humidity. Sunday will not be as hot as Mon nor as humid. Then again, Wed will then be less humid again, as will Thu before Fri and Sat get more humid again. Mon will be hotter than Sunday, but Tue and Wed will be cooler before Thu, Fr and Sat get hotter again.
If you followed all that, congratulations. The message I aim to bring is it will be warm to hot, and a little humid to very humid over the next 7 days. And hopefully there will be some widespread rain mixed in there as well. But when in a dry pattern for this section of the nation (not talking someone's backyard, but the region as you can see by the map above we are on the southern edge of an increasingly dry region of the nation).
So going forward, what we have had will continue. But the cooling days will not be as cool. I do not see any sign of a widespread soaking rain at this time. A tropical storm would be turn things around in a hurry. Any how, more summer weather with some rain scattered about.
I hope you enjoy it as we are now in the hottest two weeks of the year on average, and then we start a very, very slow slide in average temps into the middle of August.
Points for Next 7 Days:
Rest of Today: Sun and clouds. Chance for showers and thunderstorms late and overnight
Sunday: 88. Mostly sunny. Less humid.
Monday: 90. Sun and clouds. More humid. Late day/evening showers/thunderstorms likely.
Tuesday: 85. Partly sunny. Becoming less humid. Slight chance for a show/thunderstorm.
Wednesday: 83. Mostly sunny. Pleasantly warm.
Thursday: 88. Mostly sunny. Very warm.
Friday: 91. Mostly sunny. Hot. More humid.
Saturday: 90. Mostly sunny. Chance for showers/thunderstorms late.
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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.