Today’s forecast is kind of complicated. The easy stuff: skies are going to be mostly cloudy. There are some showers and thunderstorms likely to pass through in the next few hours, then a lull is likely with only scattered showers and storms, before more widespread showers and storms move back in this evening. Heavy rain is possible with almost any storm, but strong winds are also a threat.
The interesting part lies in today’s high temperatures. You see, we may or may not have already hit our highs for today at midnight, as there is a chance temperatures don’t make it past the mid or upper 60s for the rest of the day (most places peaked in the low 70s around or shortly after midnight). There is also a chance that we could reach similar levels to our earlier highs, largely dependent on how much sun we get later today (and I am not all that optimistic about it). So I’ll say today’s highs will range from the mid 60s to low 70s. Winds will gradually turn to be out of the northeast at 5-10 mph; this northeast flow is the core of the backdoor front giving us these cooler conditions. Things will still be fairly humid today, though.
Have a good day!