It’s going to be a scorcher!
TODAY: Hot, hazy, humid. Showers and storms develop in the afternoon 60% PM. Anything that develops will be slow moving potentially leading to localized flash flooding. High of 93 (88-96). Heat indices between 93-100. Winds out of the south at 5-10 mph.
TONIGHT: Lingering isolated showers before 10 PM 30%. Partly cloudy with fog late. Low of 72 (67-74). Winds light.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy with peeks of sunshine. Humid. Scattered showers 60%. Showers will be slow-moving. The chance for rain diminishes after sunset. High of 86 (83-88). Low of 68. Winds light.
SATURDAY: Breaks of sunshine from time to time. Afternoon scattered showers and downpours 40%. High of 87. Low of 69.
A Heat Advisory goes into effect for portions of the region today due to the potential of dangerous heat this afternoon. Temperatures are expected to soar into the 90s along with high humidity.
There is a bit of uncertainty about whether or not we reach the mid 90s due to the timing of when storms start to develop around the area later today. The earlier the storms pop up, the lower the chance for the mid 90s. The later the storms, the higher the chance. Any activity that does develop is likely to be slow moving and will sit over that spot for a while due to a lack of a steering mechanism in the upper levels. This could lead to localized flash flooding.
Precipitation tapers as the sunsets. However, this is not the only rain the Southern Tier will observe on the 7-Day. The cold front that produces the showers and storms today, stalls out over the northeast and transitions into a quasi-stationary front. The boundary provides the moisture and instability for showers and storms more or less through the remainder of the weekend.
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