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By: NEwxguy , 1:02 PM GMT on August 05, 2013
Once we got all those fronts by us,the cool canadian air has come rusing in.Took Belle out early and it was chilly,but didn't wear a sweater or jacket.I refuse to wear extra outerwear the first week in August.Tomorrow morning may be tough to hold to that rule.
First two days of the week below normal,then unsettled weather moves in Wednesday night and may hang around until Friday night.We'll have to see how it all evolves.Could be some flooding problems in certain areas.
It definitely doesn't feel like August this morning.Definitely a September chill this morning,but it won't last.Dewpoints will start increasing through the day tomorrow and Showers will move into the area late tomorrow night and last through Friday.Not raining all the time,but there will be periods of downpours and some thunder.
So far the weekend looks good with another fall like airmass moving in for early next week.
So we have one more dry day today with comfortable temps and low dewpoints,then tonight the dewpoints start to increase and showers start to move into western sections.Tomorrow lots of showers around,but the heaviest in western areas as a warm front moves through the area.More showers and storms on Friday as a cold front slowly moves through our area.The front may not make it by us here in the east until Saturday morning.
Humidity on the rise this morning,dewpoints up to 67 early and probably reaching low 70's by this afternoon.We've had a few light showers move through early with the warm front.May be another round of showers and storms this afternoon,but the real action will probably be tomorrow with the approach of a cold front.
Happy Friday to all.The predicted heavy downpours predicted for this afternoon,have arrived this morning.Looks to be a wet day with thunder and downpours most of the day.Watching any potential for severe weather this afternoon,although don't expect much sun to destabilize the atmosphere.Something to watch,especially with some turning in the atmosphere,may be a quick spinup in any strong cells.
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