Thursday will be “transition day” in the Midstate, with a chance of showers headed our way. The most-likely time frame for those showers will be from mid- to late-afternoon into the evening…but as the RPM model’s radar simulation shows, the showers will be very light, very brief, and certainly won’t amount to a drought-busting rainfall:
Temperatures will still be quite warm tomorrow, reaching the mid to upper 70s before the showers move in:
Tomorrow’s record is 82° — it isn’t likely to be in jeopardy, but it certainly isn’t 100% safe either.
Short list of nerd-links again today…the internets were not in a giving mood yesterday.
- Everyone wants to see (and share on social media) national outlook maps for the upcoming winter — but those maps are misleading at best, useless at worst.
- Drought conditions are having some seemingly contradictory impacts on fall foliage.
- The most detailed 3D world map ever reveals a changing planet.
- An astronaut writes about why our next target for manned space travel should be Mars.
- For the first time, astronomers have found evidence of water clouds on a megaplanet outside our own solar system.
- Beyond Trump vs Clinton: Congressional races and state ballot measures that could shape US science.