June 26: Pleasant Weather, Daily Links


Pleasant temperatures in store for us today, with a mix of clouds and sunshine overhead and highs reaching the low 80s this afternoon:

A few showers have been dotting the radar south of I-40 this morning — not much to worry about, but a passing shower will be possible at any point today…less than a 20% chance.

We’ll see a better chance of rain passing through late tonight and early Tuesday — no thunderstorms expected, just some light rain showers.  The RPM model’s radar simulation shows the best chance of showers arriving right around rush hour Tuesday morning:

The atmosphere is pretty dry, so a lot of the green you see on those maps will evaporate before it hits the ground.  We’ll dry out by midday tomorrow, with temperatures warming back up to the upper 70s and low 80s:

Warmer weather is back in the forecast late this week, with high temperatures in the upper 80s to around 90 degrees Wednesday through the weekend:

The next decent chance of showers and thunderstorms will arrive on Friday, and it looks like it will linger both Saturday and Sunday.  I don’t think any of those days will be a washout, but have an indoor alternative in mind for any outdoor plans, just in case.



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