Ryan’s “Tuesday Thunder” Forecast

It was a rather dreary day for much of Tuesday morning, but once things began to heat up in the afternoon, we saw an increase in showers and t-storms across the area. These storms are still slowly pushing South-Southwest, so I expect we’ll see continued showers but the thunderstorms will become less and less frequent through the evening. Tomorrow will be another rainy day, expecting a 60% chance of t-storms and an afternoon high of 87. The boundary that is creating these showers will stall out as it attempts to move through the Gulf Coast and will cause increased cloudiness and shower activity for the next few days. Thankfully, it looks like this boundary will dissipate in time to bring some warmer, drier, and sunnier weather just in time for the 4th of July weekend, meaning you shouldn’t have any issues celebrating your independence this year…at least not from the weather.

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