Monday, August 03, 2009

Week of Summer weather turning a little less hot toward...

Today starts out very humid with residual moisture out there. A sticky and hot day with highs climbing to the upper 80 up to the mid 90s across the southern areas. An isolated storm is not out of the question.
Tomorrow looks hotter, with highs in the low 90s north, and maybe some upper 90s across the southern region. It looks humid but a few storms are forecast, except maybe higher terrain.

Wednesday looks like a carbon copy of Tuesday.

Thursday will see an increase in storm possibilities and also a slightly cooler day. Highs will be more like today's, except across areas that have a lot of clouds. Friday will be similar to Thursday. Again where the clouds are thicker, lower temperatures will occur.

Next weekend, for now, looks seasonable with high in the mid 80s to low 90s.

Tropics have remained calm. the reason, from what I can tell, has been the presence of he El Nino and a colder than normal Canary current off the west coast of Africa. that colder current has been dissipating any storm complex that has emerged from Africa. Also, and increased amount of wind has been occurring off the deserts of Africa which temds to put more dust in teh atmosphere and thus reduces the number of storms.

All for now!

Posted By midatlanticweather to Forecast Discussion at 8/03/2009 06:54:00 AM

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