WeatherTodays Forecast


Quiet 4th of July evening... storm chances return Sunday

Posted at 4:31 PM, Jul 04, 2020

Scattered storms return for Sunday.

Happy 4th of July, y'all! We avoided all of the storm activity today as most of the rain stayed confined closer to the upper-level disturbance that is positioned a little farther to our east. We are likely to stay quiet for the remainder of this evening and overnight tonight, although some shower activity is still possible.

Lows tonight will drop once again into the mid 70s.

Storm chances ramp back up for tomorrow as the upper-disturbance tries to move westward closer to our area along with an additional upper feature moving in from the north. The best chance to see scattered storms will be late morning and into the afternoon. Rain chances will sit at 70% as highs top out in the upper 80s.

The pattern remains unsettled for Monday and Tuesday as a surface low moves just to the north of the area. Rain chances will remain at 70%.

Wednesday appears to be a transition day as the upper disturbance starts to move out and high pressure looks to move in from the Gulf. Rain chances come down as temperatures go up to round out next work week. Have a great rest of the weekend!

In the Tropics: Tropical depression five has formed in the open Atlantic, but it remains no threat to land. The rest of the tropics remain quiet.