06/26 Ryan’s “More of the Same” Wednesday Night Forecast

Expect to see more of the same as far as the weather goes, but that’s not really a bad thing. We’ve seen a few grey, hazy days, but I expect to see more sun heading into the weekend.  Those clouds won’t go far though and will always be right on the horizon, especially during peak heating hours. All of this means we’ll simply continue to see more consistent weather for the rest of the week.

THE NEXT FEW DAYS WILL LINGER IN THE LOW-TO-MID 90S WITH LIGHTER CLOUD COVER, AND IT’LL REMAIN HUMID ENOUGH TO BRING THE HEAT INDEX INTO THE 100 DEGREE RANGE.

Active weather will be limited, but possible over the next several days. An upper level low pressure feature north of us will keep activity in the Southeast, but locally I only expect afternoon/sea-breeze showers. This activity will peak on Friday and Saturday, but will linger in the 20% almost every day.

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