Dry and Bright End to Workweek

Our workweek is ending on a quiet note with plenty of sunshine as this ridge of high pressure expands eastward. Temperatures start to rebound as a result, with the wind turning around from the southeast. Highs climb back into the low to mid-90s this afternoon with a little more humidity. The heat and humidity continue to build over the weekend as well so be prepared for more sultry conditions.

Staying Mainly Dry

Saturday is looking good through the viewing area so if you were planning a lake day, it’ll be perfect. We’ll see intervals of clouds and sunshine with highs in the lower 90s expected. Another disturbance works around this ridge over the weekend as the upper-level flow prevails from the northwest. This keeps us a little unsettled with a spotty storm or two possible Sunday but most will stay dry. The ridge of high pressure begins to inch back towards the east as we progress through the weekend and that will lead to more heat. Temps surge back into the upper 90s on Sunday and with the humidity, it’ll likely feel more like the triple digits.

Next Rain Chance

Our next disturbance in the upper levels moves in by Monday into Tuesday and this is going to bring our rain chances upward. Hit or miss showers and storms are on the table both days with temps falling back into the mid-80s Tuesday afternoon. It’s looking like our Wednesday will be the coolest day of the workweek as showers and ENE wind hold. Highs will likely round out in the low to middle 80s which is below average for this time of year. This moisture clears the area by Wednesday evening with a much drier Thursday on tap. Temps remain comfy too with highs in the low to mid-80s. Make sure you stay tuned for our latest!

Have a great day!

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-Meteorologist T.J. Springer