Getting hotter through midweek - Matt

Matt's 10pm Monday Forecast

Posted: Mon Aug 13 20:32:12 PDT 2018
Updated: Mon Aug 13 20:36:23 PDT 2018

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thunderstorms across our area here is the latest look at our stormtrack doppler. meanwhile, temperatures this afternoon climbed into the 90s for those of us that stayed mostly sunny. otherwise, showers and storms popped up in time to limit some locations to the middle and upper 80s. the coverage of showers and storms as the evening gets underway will gradually diminish. still an a isolated storm could briefly become strong and possibly (but not likely severe. in any case, lightning, heavy rainfall, small hail, and the potential for an isolated damaging gust of wind or two will be the primary concerns to watch for with storms that do within the next few hours. we'll see a little bit less in the way of showers and storms tuesday with wednesday being likely being the driest and hottest day of the work week.on both days, we will see a good supply of sunshine with afternoon highs into the lower to mid-90s. heat index values will likely get into the upper 90s to lower 100s. thanks to the humidity, overnight lows will not get any lower than 70 degrees. we'll see more scattered showers and storms as we head into the latter half of the work week. rain chances will bump up to 40 percent by thursday and friday with otherwise partly cloudy skies. temperatures, as a result of added rain chances and cloud coverage, should only reach into the upper 80s to lower 90s. this will continue into your saturday as well. heat index values will still get into the lower 90s. in addition, at first glance this weekend will have some storms around with this coming saturday already looking to be more active than this past saturday. rain chances begin to subside some as we head into your sunday. highs reach into the lower 90s with heat index values into the mid-90s. rain chances will be around 30 percent, much like what we'll see today. looking ahead, tuesday wednesday appear to be the best bet for lower rain chances this week (although a few isolated showers could still manage to pop up) before those chance increase heading into the weekend. friday and saturday will see a front move into our area bring a greater concentration of showers and storms. meanwhile highs throughout the period look to remain slightly below or slightly above normal in the lower to middle 90s. presence of scattered showers and thunderstorms across our area here is the latest look at our stormtrack doppler. meanwhile, temperatures this afternoon climbed into the 90s for those of us that stayed mostly sunny. otherwise, showers and storms popped up in time to limit some locations to the middle and upper 80s. the coverage of showers and storms as the evening gets underway will gradually diminish. still an a isolated storm could briefly become strong and possibly (but not likely severe. in any case, lightning, heavy rainfall, small hail, and the potential for an isolated damaging gust of wind or two will be the primary concerns to watch for with storms that do within the next few hours. we'll see a little bit less in the way of showers and storms tuesday with wednesday being likely being the driest and hottest day of the work week.on both days, we will see a good supply of sunshine with afternoon highs into the lower to mid-90s. heat index values will likely get into the upper 90s to lower 100s. thanks to the humidity, overnight lows will not get any lower than 70 degrees. we'll see more scattered showers and storms as we head into the latter half of the work week. rain chances will bump up to 40 percent by thursday and friday with otherwise partly cloudy skies. temperatures, as a result of added rain chances and cloud coverage, should only reach into the upper 80s to lower 90s. this will continue into your saturday as well. heat index values will still get into the lower 90s. in addition, at first glance this weekend will have some storms around with this coming saturday already looking to be more active than this past saturday. rain chances begin to subside some as we head into your sunday. highs reach into the lower 90s with heat index values into the mid-90s. rain chances will be around 30 percent, much like what we'll see today. looking ahead, tuesday wednesday appear to be the best bet for lower rain chances this week (although a few isolated showers could still manage to pop up) before those chance increase heading into the weekend. friday and saturday will see a front move into our area bring a greater concentration of showers and storms. meanwhile highs throughout the period look to remain slightly below or slightly above normal in the lower to middle 90s.
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