Here’s Your Latest Storm Tracker Forecast from NEWS10 Meteorologist Tim Drawbridge & Nick Johnston
Hot & muggy conditions set to continue through Memorial Day Weekend, with scattered showers and storms. Today will feature a rise in humidity levels with dew points rising into the 60s. Temperatures will once again climb into the mid to upper 80s. Showers and non-severe thunderstorms will become increasingly likely during the afternoon and early evening – before tapering off in the late night hours. While severe weather does not appear likely – one or two storms could briefly produce gusty winds, hail, and very heavy rain.
Saturday looks to be the hottest day, with temperatures in the lower 90s – and even higher humidity. Storms Saturday afternoon look to be more isolated in nature, but there is a better chance that one of those storms could be strong to severe.
Sunday, showers and storms will be more likely. Temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s. Severe weather does not appear to be a big threat – but with slow moving storms and the potential for very heavy rain, poor drainage flooding may become possible. Memorial Day, will be muggy, but more seasonable. Temperatures Monday will be closer to 80, with mostly cloudy skies, and showers or a weak thunderstorm possible.
Have a good Weekend – Stay safe!
Tim and Nick