Dew point will be round 66F with a mean humidity of 88%. Winds shall be 2 mph from the S. High temperature around 77F.
Heat index values as excessive as one hundred. Chance of precipitation is 60%. A 20 % probability of showers after 2am. Increasing clouds, with a low round 61. West northwest wind round 5 mph changing into calm in the evening. It’s another scorcher this afternoon with the heat index at RDU once once more leaping to 106 degrees!
The system we talked about final Friday that could potentially develop within the tropics this week now has a 40% likelihood of creating over the next 5 days. In the most recent runs this afternoon of the Euro and GFS don’t have this method forming. In the latest runs this afternoon of the Euro and GFS do not…
Sunny, with a excessive close to seventy six. North northeast wind 6 to thirteen mph. Sunny, with a excessive near seventy eight. Light southwest wind becoming west 5 to 10 mph within the morning.
Smog: Its Worst This Time Of Year
Back to highschool buying today? It’s going to be sizzling and humid, again! I’ll show you why it’s going to feel like 100° this afternoon. We are watching a chilly front that’s expected to deliver a cooler and less humid weekend. Saturday it’s possible with full sunshine a high in the mid 80s with dew points within the 50s. Morning lows Saturday could be…
A few scattered showers stay attainable with probabilities diminishing afterward. Back to dry conditions Thursday and into next weekend. A heat advisory is already in place for parts of eastern Oklahoma from midday until eight pm tomorrow.
Scattered Showers, Then More Warmth On The Greatest Way
Partly to largely cloudy and a little hotter and more humid with maybe an isolated shower or storm. Clear, with a low round 57. North northeast wind 7 to 11 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
Chance of precipitation is 30%. Mostly cloudy with showers and thunderstorms likely in the night then partly cloudy with an opportunity of showers after midnight. Southwest winds round 5 mph. A slight likelihood of showers and thunderstorms within the evening.
Wash bedding and rugs in hot water to get rid of mud mites and other allergens. Keep your doorways and home windows closed. Run your air conditioner to maintain allergens out. Molds love damp areas, including the basement and bogs. Their spores get into the air and set off an allergic reaction.