Good Monday night! I hope you had a fantastic holiday weekend. I also hope you stayed safe. The weather great! It was warm but it was dry and the humidity wasn’t that bad at all.
This week is going to be just a typical July week. Warming up a bit the next couple days with our humidity increasing a bit.
We do have chances for thunderstorms increasing mainly Wednesday afternoon. These will be very scattered but they will be out there.
After that, Thursday and Friday look warm, but mainly dry. Our next shot for widespread rain and better chances for scattered thunderstorms set in for the weekend.
Lets drop south. The tropics are heating up a bit. Meet Elsa.
Looks like Elsa will stay as a tropical storm and not a hurricane. However, will ride up the western coast of Florida and make landfall on Wednesday. This is mainly a rain threat with Elsa.
Long range forecast is below.
July 12th- 17th: We’ll keep warm for the week with highs in the 80s. We’ll also keep an eye out for scattered t-storms just about each and every day.
July 18th-24th: The week may start warm with highs in the 80s, but we’ll see the 90s return on Tuesday and stick with us for the rest of the week. With Tuesday being an exception, we’ll have t-storm chances almost each day.
July 25th-31st: We’ll be looking at a hot and mainly dry week to wrap up the month.
August 1st-7th: Hot start but then mainly a warm week with rain chances Tuesday through Thursday.
August 8th-14th: Hot first half of the week and a warm second half. Scattered thunderstorms chances most days.