Sunday Morning Video Forecast 7/29


From Storm Team 5…

A great start out there with lots of sunshine anticipated for the morning hours.  In the afternoon, more clouds will bubble up with the heat of the day, plus there will be blips of green on the radar as a few spotty showers or weak thunderstorms show up.  Many locations will stay dry, and those showers will taper by the later evening.  High temperatures for Sunday will be around 80 degrees.

Tonight, party cloudy skies expected, and with calm winds there could be some patchy fog that develops late at night.  Overnight lows will be in the middle to upper 50s.

Monday will see a mixture of sunshine and clouds, with a few pop-up showers again in the afternoon.  Highs in the low 80s.

Tuesday will be a dry day with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the low 80s.

Wednesday will bring the next good rain chance for the entire area.  Dry weather for the morning turns wet later in the day as a cold front approaches.  Highs will be around 80 degrees.

Thursday, a few showers could hang on from the Wednesday system, but any rain will likely clear out in the morning.  Temperatures are much cooler in the lower 70s!

Friday, mostly sunny skies will return, and temperatures begin to warm up again into the upper 70s.

The upcoming weekend is looking very warm! We’ll have a return of heat and humidity both Saturday and Sunday as highs get back into the middle 80s.  There will be a chance for some more showers either Saturday night, or during the day on Sunday.

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