Mother Nature’s natural way of waking some of us up today….rumbles of thunder! That’s what I woke up to. Did you hear it?
Scattered showers & storms have been the trend all day and they continue marching through the Mid State on a northeasterly path as I type here (5:53 PM) — mainly impacting areas south of the I-40 corridor…
Downtown is one of our dry spots! Look fantastic…right now. I do expect the rain in our southern counties to march far enough north to impact our northern counties as they continue on their northeasterly way. Be prepared with your rain gear. 🙂
Temperatures are warm , in the upper 70 to lower 80-degree range.
Dew points are the best way we measure the moisture (humidity) in the atmosphere. Dew points in the low 70s is a VERY MUGGY place to be. I’m so sorry. I promise there is relief on the way.
Tomorrow will be the last day these numbers are so high before much drier and comfortable conditions arrive by Tuesday. You’ll save a few extra sprays of hair spray by that point!
So the big question…how do rain chances look for game #4 of the Stanley Cup?! Well, let’s check in with Futurecast for timing…
So, I do expect scattered showers and storms, with the bulk of the activity passing through the late afternoon on Monday. Spotty showers and storms will still be possible close to the puck drop so you’ll want to go the safe route and be prepared. With all the crowds downtown, poncho may be your best bet! Here’s how your temperatures shape up…
Here’s a recap of our weather highlights!
…and here’s the 7-Day to hold you through our 10 PM newscast where I’ll be tracking showers & storms and sharing updates on your game day forecast!
Hope you join me! GO PREDS!
-Meteorologist Daphne DeLoren