Thursday, July 3, 2014

Beautiful 4th of July Weekend


We will have beautiful weather through the weekend thanks to an area of surface high pressure that is sliding in from the west. The cold front and associated upper level trough that brought us rain over the past few days is moving off to the east and leaving plenty of cooler, drier air in its wake. Check out the latest predicted surface map for tomorrow from the WPC. That area of high pressure can be seen sitting right over the Ohio Valley.

Forecast Surface Map valid on Friday, July 4 (Courtesy: WPC)

Temperatures this afternoon will reach right around 80 degrees under mostly clear skies. Look for a chilly night tonight with our low tonight dipping down to 60 degrees. Dew points will be in the lower to middle 50s so the humidity will feel substantially lower than it has during the past few weeks. Look for similar conditions on Friday with lows even dipping into the upper 50s by Friday night/Saturday morning. By Saturday, the area of high pressure will move to our east allowing for temperatures to reach into the middle 80s under partly cloudy skies. On Sunday, we will see temperatures become seasonal once again as southerly winds usher in highs around 90 degrees under partly cloudy skies. Lows on Saturday and Sunday night will be in the 60s.


Today: High - 80 Low - 59 Winds - NW at 5-10 mph.
Chance of Precipitation: 0%
Skies: Mostly Clear

Independence Day: High - 81 Low - 55 Winds - NE at 5-10 mph.
Chance of Precipitation: 0%
Skies: Clear

Saturday: High - 85 Low - 60 Winds - E at 3-7 mph.
Chance of Precipitation: 0%
Skies: Mostly Clear

Sunday: High - 90 Low - 66 Winds - S at 3-7 mph.
Chance of Precipitation: 10%
Skies: Partly Cloudy

Forecaster: Zack Leasor

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