The Week Ahead – Building Heat & Tue T-Storm Threat

MONDAY: Partly to mostly sunny skies. Comfortable humidity. High 85° to 90°. Real feel in the upper 80s.
MON NIGHT: Increasing clouds, a chance of showers after midnight. Low in the mid 60s. Chance of rain 50%.
TUESDAY: Clouds mixed with sun, hot and humid. Chance of afternoon showers and T-Storms. High in the low 90s. Heat index values in the mid 90s. Chance of rain 50%.
TUE NIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy skies. Low in the upper 60s.
WEDNESDAY: Clouds mixing with sunshine, with low humidity. High in the mid 80s.
WED NIGHT: Partly to mostly cloudy skies. Low near 60°.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy skies with comfortable humidity. High in the mid 80s.
 
Another beautiful weekend around the Hudson Valley, with lots of sunshine and blue skies, low humidity and temperatures near average for early July, in the mid 80s both Saturday & Sunday.
As we head into the work week, we’ll see humidity increasing, as well as the heat, out ahead of our next frontal boundary. Temps on Monday will climb into the mid 80s with low to moderate humidity. Clouds and humidity will increase Monday night, with a shower possible. The heat jumps into the low 90s on Tuesday, with moderate humidity, giving ‘real feel’ temps in the mid 90s across the valley. But a potent cold front will push through Tuesday afternoon, and could touch off scattered strong to severe T-Storms around the valley. We’ll monitor that as we get closer on Tuesday.
Behind the front, the humidity drops, and temps return near average. The 2nd half of the week looks quiet in terms of the weather. We’ll have to see how quickly the front exits Tuesday night, or if the threat of a shower lingers into Wed AM.
Things have dried out over the last 2 months, so opportunities for rain are a welcome sight. Unfortunately we don’t expect much rainfall on Tuesday, and nothing else of significance in the next 7 days, but we’ll keep tracking things.
Have a great week!

1 thought on “The Week Ahead – Building Heat & Tue T-Storm Threat”

  1. Please, please rain. It is dusty and cracked ground in the Accord area. The signs of that ‘plant’ self-protection are everywhere with curled and compact leaves to preserve moisture or starving for water.

    Pretty please.

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