Ryan’s “Summer Storm” Thursday Forecast

Another day, another afternoon of summer storm activity. Skies were pretty clear most of the day, but just like the last few evenings we’re seeing the development of some isolated, slow moving thunderstorms. Not much is expected out of these storms though, some gusty winds and small hail are possible in the most extreme circumstances but radar has already shown some marked dissipation in just the few hours they’ve been around. Tonight will be another warm and humid night, with a low near 75, but luckily it looks like the rain chances are on the downswing. Tomorrow is expected to be mostly sunny, with a high near 92, and only a 20% chance of afternoon storms. The low rain chances carry over through the weekend and into next week with Sunday and Monday (Independence Day) having the highest percentages at just about 30%. Things get much drier and hotter though as we head into the rest of the week, expect clearing skies and much more sunshine.

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