Friday Forecast

Published: Jun. 26, 2020 at 7:31 AM CDT
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Good Friday morning everyone and TGIF!

It’s a quiet start on radar, yet we still have quite a bit of a mess of clouds passing through our skies this morning. Also, we’ll have a hazy looking sky once again with the Saharan Dust layer over head.

Otherwise, it’s another steamy morning with temperatures and dew points in the mid 70s. It feels like a warm and wet blanket laying on your skin... With mostly cloudy and hazy skies we’ll warm up gradually into the low to mid 80s by the midday. Highs today will top out near 90 for most or in the low 90s for some. However, due to the humidity, we’ll all feel more like the upper 90s near 100 degrees this afternoon.

We should see some of the morning clouds decrease a bit heading into the midday. But the dust layer will still lead toward a hazy almost overcast looking sky again.

We’ll see a similar setup into the weekend, however, I think the clouds will decrease a bit more by Sunday. As the clouds and this dust layer thin out a bit more throughout the weekend, we should try and check out the sunrises and sunsets as they should be quite pretty.

High pressure is building in over the Southeast this weekend. That will lead toward a slight decrease in our cloud cover and rain chances keeping us at around 10% or less today and tomorrow, maybe 20% on Sunday. Any rain that flares up will be isolated and brief in nature, but could contain briefly heavy downpours. I’ll be looking away from the coast and around our inland areas for that “lucky lotto winning” shower of the day.

Otherwise, expect it to be a hot weekend with high pressure cranking temperatures up into the low 90s for afternoon highs and feels like temperatures in the triple digits.

Bottom Line...

For today, mostly to partly cloudy skies with a 10% chance for a stray, isolated, inland shower. Highs today reach the 90s for most with feels like temperatures near 100°. Your 7 Day Forecast has us running hot and humid into the weekend with the hazy skies continuing.

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