PM Update: Clouds and shower threat hang tough
Higher heat return on the doorstep?
After a summer full of high heat, we've had some trouble getting back into it recently. Clouds have stuck around the area again today and they've helped hold temperatures back in the mid-80s most spots. A few light sprinkles and showers have also been noted from time to time. The heat may be delayed, but as the next few days progress we should see it won't be denied.
Through Tonight: A light shower or two is possible into the early evening, before the risk for showers becomes a bit greater overnight. There could be a thunderstorm or two around as well, though the highest risk for such appears to be to our north. Lows reach the low-and-mid 70s.
Tomorrow (Wednesday): Our longest streak (now 4 days, tied) of below-90s weather of the summer should end tomorrow. Partly sunny skies mix with warmer air from the west to push highs toward the lower 90s most locations. There will be a risk of afternoon and evening showers or storms as well.
Space weather: It appears the sun is awakening from its recent slumber. An eruption this weekend is slated to impact Earth beginning late tonight and early tomorrow. While scientists fear a major coronal eruption could impact satellites and electrical services, this one is not expected to. However, Aurora may be visible well south of its typical locations.
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