Saturday, July 1, 2017
Storms Next Week and the Fourth of July
The lingering low will continually pull in warmth and moisture out of the south. Along with that, the main track of the jet stream will be out of the north, allowing for colder air aloft. That, combined with the warm and humid air at the surface, will allow air to rise very easily and create thunderstorms. No thunderstorms are expected to be severe next week, just isolated.
The Fourth of July is expected to have isolated thunderstorms, but not until about 4pm. However, those storms are expected to clear out between 8-9pm, so everyone should still be able to safely go to firework shows at night.
A high pressure system will move in for next Saturday, clearing out the storms for the start of next weekend and giving us much nicer weather.