Monday, August 20, 2012

Sunny Week Ahead! Forecast 6/20-6/22.

It's been a beautiful Monday in Warren County. Mostly clear skies and lots of sunshine. Temperatures were comfortable with a high of 80 and a low of 64. Currently, a trough axis extends over Illinois and Indiana. Short wave impulses traveling around this have been aiding in the development of showers to the northern part of the state this evening. This is expected to persist into tomorrow as another shortwave impulse rotates through. Rain chances will remain most likely to the north of Warren County as the trough continues to retrograde to the north east through tomorrow.

As the trough continues to move out, a dry out is in store. Conditions to remain dry into Wednesday as high pressure begins to build back in across the Ohio Valley. Wednesday should remain partly cloudy with highs in the mid-80's and lows in the mid-60's. The next chance for rain looks to be Monday of next week. Moisture will be our limiting factor until then. 

The lack of moisture should keep the dew points down and make for great outdoor conditions with low relative humidity. 

Tuesday: High: 82, Low: 60, Partly cloudy conditions with a few showers possible.

Wednesday: High: 84, Low:63, Partly cloudy drying our from any lingering showers from Tuesday night. 

NEXT UPDATE: 8/22/12

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