PM Update: Spotty Showers, Otherwise Fair
Scattered PM showers/thundershowers Wednesday
Outside a few scattered showers, and increased afternoon cloudiness, today ended up being fairly pleasant for a time of year when we are often baking in high heat and humidity. Highs climbed up into the low-and-mid 80s most spots before being tempered a bit by increased cloudiness and/or rain. A few additional showers are possible headed into evening, but they should be relatively isolated from here out.
Through Tonight: Isolated showers or thundershowers will come to an end around sunset with the loss of daytime heating. Skies should be partly to mostly clear the rest of the night with lows in the mid-60s for the suburbs and upper 60s downtown.
Tomorrow (Wednesday): If you were OK with today you'll probably like tomorrow -- it should see a near repeat. After starting mostly sunny skies will trend cloudier as the day progresses. During the afternoon and evening there's a risk of showers and thundershowers again, probably a bit more widespread than today. Highs should head for the low 80s most spots.
NWS Radars: The National Weather Service (NWS) is seeking input on proposed next generation radar displays. Check out the continental U.S. image to play around with the various features, and don't forget to drop the NWS a note on what you like or what could be improved.
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