Latest updated blog: Big weather changes have worked in! -Doug

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I hope your week has been good so far.  Mine has been pretty good.  I am digging the cooler less humid weather that has worked in.  Wow, after just a crazy smoking hot few days, low humidity and temperatures feel great!  It won’t last super long but we will get a few nice days.  Also, we are starting to slowly dry out after some very wet months.  We will be wanting rain here in a few weeks.  We won’t be in a drought, but we are really going to dry up a bit over the next few months as the final months of this Heady Pattern wraps up.  Remember, the new pattern will start the third week of September, sadly that isn’t far away if you put into factor how fast time flys by.  So check out the humidity or the dewpoints.  You can see that cold front racing across eastern Missouri.

 

Dewpoints

At least the humidity will be low for a couple of days.  Now on the backside of this storm system, we are going to get some random showers early this morning.

 

Late Night Shower

After the morning clouds, that afternoon looks great with partly sunny skies and highs into the mid 70s.

Afternoon

Back into the lower 80s by Thursday.

 

Thursday

We will have a couple weak waves on Friday and Saturday.  This will give us a slight chance for a scattered shower but the next few days look pretty nice.

As a ridge of high pressure rolls back in by the weekend, we will start really warming back up with 90s again next week.

 

Weekend Ridge

Besides that, it is kind of weather boring!  Which I know, most of you enjoy.

-Doug

Long range forecast through July:

Next Wednesday-Saturday:  Heating back up the rest of the week with scattered thunderstorms on Friday and Saturday.

June 21st-27th:  A hot first half of the week with isolated storms on Sunday and Monday.  Better chances for thunderstorms on Wednesday and Thursday with cooler temperatures working back in the second half of the week.

June 28th-July 4th:  Warm through the first half of the week with hotter temperatures the second half of the week.  I don’t see extreme heat, just typical late June early July.  Thunderstorms chances Monday through Wednesday, then again by the weekend which is the 4th.  Side note, watching the tropics this week in the gulf.

July 5th-11th:  A warm start to the week with a hot finish.  Thunderstorm chances on Sunday, then again Wednesday through Saturday.  Just afternoon pop up storms.

July 12th-18th:  Warm the first half of the week with hot temps settling in the second half of the week.  Pop up storms Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.  Thunderstorm chances again by the weekend.  Tropics we need to watch possible development near Florida.

July 19th-25th:  Mainly a hot week with pop up isolated storms each and every day.  We will watch the tropics near Cuba.

July 26th- August 1st:  Again mainly a hot week with highs well into the 90s.  Mainly a dry week as well with thunderstorm chances by the weekend.  Tropics need to be watch this week in the Gulf.





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