More T-Storm Coverage Later This Week

Humid Too

A weak stationary front situated to our north will combine with the heating of the sun Thursday to help ignite a couple more thunderstorms across the valley.    Friday looks to be the most active in the afternoon and early nighttime thunderstorm department, so heads up on the way out the door.

In time, this stationary front will dissipate, allowing for less thunderstorm activity later this weekend.   However, the front will be replaced by another one by the middle of next week.   These fronts do not have enough gas in the tank to drive a less humid air mass into the region, but they will be close enough to enhance thunderstorm activity again.   This will be especially true from Tuesday onward next week.   It will also take the edge off the recent high heat.   Stay tuned.

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