May 21: Cloudy and Cool, Warmer Weekend, Links


Not much to say about today’s weather, other than…[yawn]

Clouds will linger most of the day, keeping a lid on any potential warm-up today.  If we get a little sun to peek through the clouds late this afternoon or this evening, we’ll warm up to the upper half of the 60s.  In general, I’ll be fighting to not do this at my desk:

But hey, the holiday weekend is almost here, so:

We’ll start warming up tomorrow, with highs in the upper 70s.  That warm-up will continue into the weekend, but our midday and afternoon storm chances will gradually increase as well:

I’ll repeat what I’ve been saying on the air: don’t cancel any outdoor plans based on those rain chances.  It will be our typical summertime pattern of some hit-and-miss storms during the warmest part of the day, which usually doesn’t add up to a washout.  Just be flexible and ready to adjust based on whatever Mother Nature throws at you.



We’ll start with a non-science link before diving into some nerdiness…

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