Thursday, August 3, 2017
This Evening's Storms and Cooler Weather On the Way
The cold front will move out around 9pm, where we'll stay dry for the overnight with temperatures cooling to the mid 50°s. However, there will be a strong inflow of cold air behind that front as we head through the overnight, which will cause winds to pick up a little bit between 10-15 mph. This effect will also be occurring in the mid and upper-levels of the atmosphere. This leads to a large 'wall' of cooler air moving into one area, so the force is greater. Thus, strong winds come about, and this is also why we'll be cooler for tomorrow as well, and even the next few days.
We'll have another low pressure system sit west of us on Sunday, but it'll only bring some light rain showers to our area during the afternoon. The light rain could pick up again early Monday morning, but other than that we'll stay dry next week as another high will move in Monday afternoon.