Good morning, fellow reader! We had our fair share of storms yesterday, didn’t we? If you missed out, check out the photo our founder took below! In today’s post, we will go over the below average temperatures and mostly dry conditions that will close out our work week.
Mid-Week Dry Off
Today, we will catch a break from the threat of severe weather as high pressure sets in. We will achieve partly cloudy skies as cloud cover decreases throughout the day. A light wind will be present to cool us off from the influx of sunshine.
For the rest of the work week, temperatures will be cooler than normal. Each day, our highs will reach the upper 60’s and our lows will drop to the upper 40’s. Moreover, dew points will remain mild, so humidity will not be a problem.
Brief Thursday Evening Showers
For Thursday, a weak disturbance will move through our region, bringing about a chance for showers and storms in the evening. This round of precipitation will only stick around for a few hours. Therefore, it’ll be gone by the start of Friday.
Fortunately, any and all showers and storms that we may have in our community will produce light amounts of precipitation. As of now, totals are expected to be a quarter of an inch. We can’t rule out locally higher amounts of a half of an inch.
Friday Will Be Ideal
For the last day of the work week, sunshine will be more than plentiful. This arises the concern for a very high UV Index of 9 (out of 15). If you plan on spending time outdoors, don’t forget to have sunblock and protective clothing handy.
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