Read the latest StormTrack 5 Forecast
WE ARE TRACKING TYPICAL SUMMER WEATHER THROUGH THE WEEKEND
A HIT OR MISS STORM CANNOT BE RULED FROM TIME TO TIME, BUT WIDESPREAD RAIN IS NOT EXPECTED
SOME PATCHY FOG WILL BE POSSIBLE TONIGHT
Tonight: An evening thundershower in spots, otherwise partly cloudy and pleasant. Patchy dense fog late. Lows 54-60. Light wind.
Thursday: Partly cloudy. A stray afternoon t-shower. Highs 80-86. Light variable wind.
Thursday Night: An evening shower possible. Partly cloudy and mild. Lows 56-63. Light wind.
Friday: Partly cloudy with a slight chance of PM showers and thunderstorms. Highs 82-87.
We are tracking pleasant summer weather in the StormTrack 5 Weather Center. Tonight a stray shower is possible this evening in a few spots. Otherwise partly cloudy and mild conditions are expected with lows in the middle 50s to lower 60s. Some patchy dense fog is possible, but it shouldn't be as widespread as it was on Wednesday morning.
StormTrack 5 Meteorologists are tracking a large area of high pressure that will develop over the western Atlantic into the southeastern states. This common summer weather feature will allow for warm days and mild nights through early next week.
Enough moisture will be present to combine with daytime heating to allow for a few widely scattered afternoon & evening showers/storms. However, no organized weather system appears to be tracking our way through the middle of next week. With that said, any storm that develops will have the potential to produce torrential rain, dangerous lightning, small hail, and gusty winds. Be alert to that possibility as we travel through the next week or so.
Summer officially arrives on Friday morning at 1:04. And it will feel the part. High temperatures the next seven days will be in the middle to upper 80s, and lows will be in the upper 50s and 60s.
Our normal high is 84, low 61.
Meteorologist Dave Dierks