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Sunday Evening: Isolated showers and thunderstorms possible. Low temps in the mid 70's. Winds: S 5-15 mph.
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Isolated PM Storms
Wednesday, July 1st, 2015
As we gear up for our Nations Independence Day we've got to keep our eye on these isolated afternoon storms. We ended up increasing 0.75" in our rain gauge yesterday which topped our monthly total to 8.89" for June. That's more than double our monthly average. We'll have another round of isolated storms pop in later this afternoon. Some of the bigger storms have the potential to cause localized flooding. Be careful around the evening commute.We "shouldn't" expect as much rain this month. I highlight the word, "shouldn't" because technically anything is possible with this El Nino pattern we're in. However, here are the average numbers for the month. We typically see 1.88" of rain for the month of July with an average high of 96 degrees and an average low of 74.
BEST CHANCE TO SEE RAIN
Today we'll keep our rain chances to about 40% for the afternoon hours. By tomorrow and Friday we'll see high pressure dominate a little bit more and that will help dry us out a bit. We'll mainly stay rain-free before the weekend. I'm not anticipating a bunch of rain for your 4th of July holiday but we may see more of those afternoon storms develop Saturday and Sunday. Highs should be in the low to mid 90s with about a 20% rain chance each day. Those of you heading to the Parade should stay dry AND if you're planning on being out for the fireworks on Saturday night -- any storms that do develop should fade by launch time. You can download our free KEYE weather app and you can check our interactive radar anytime: http://bit.ly/keyeRadar
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Enjoy the rest of your week and enjoy July!
Meteorologist Jordan Steele
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