The keyword for today and tomorrow is “pleasant” with temps at or slightly below normal for daytime highs. We are closing in on the peak of summer, the halfway point when we will see daylight slowly shorten and the heat of the day is reaching its apex.
Chances of rain are fairly slim over the next five days, there are outside chances of a stray shower or storm on Friday night but these won’t be wide spread.
Our best chances of rain (at the time of this forecast) will be next week as tropical storm two gains strength in the gulf, (there is a near 100% chance it will turn into a hurricane) then move northward into the Ohio Valley.
Above is the rainfall forecast from the National Hurricane Center showing Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas catching the brunt of it. This doesn’t bode well for those along the Mississippi and Missouri rivers which have had flood warnings in place for several weeks.
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