Published: 6.29.15 5:49am
Good Morning Folks! Yesterday was about as good as it gets for a break from the heat during the middle of summer, however we must eventually return to normal and today is a start. Not much rain fell across the region yesterday, only a light shower in southern Jackson County amounting to a tenth of an inch. Today will only be slightly different as we transition from little to no moisture yesterday to something more appropriate for midsummer as moisture filters back into the region from the SW.
Mostly sunny skies overhead this morning will give way to late day clouds (perhaps partly cloudy skies), which look to arrive and also develop right around sunset. Temps will respond to the influx of moisture and overall SW flow as they push into the upper 60’s – low 80’s depending upon elevation, which is a few degrees warmer than yesterday yet still within range for seasonal levels. Overall it will be a pleasant day with light showers arriving just before or after sunset as an upper level disturbance swings into the region, amounting to nothing more than a tenth of an inch for a few locations before midnight. Overnight into Tuesday will feature partly cloudy skies overhead and temps dipping back into the upper 50’s – mid 60’s.
Tuesday and Wednesday add a bit more cloud cover to the sky and this will be in response to the lingering moisture across the region, in addition to the front draped across the Southeast. Temps will... click here for more