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Sky Alert Weather Forecast
Today’s weather pattern will feature more of what we’ve dealt with for the past few days. Surface high pressure remains parked across the region as hot and humid conditions continue for the Commonwealth. Once again, a slight chance remains in play for an isolated shower or storm this afternoon. Highs top out in the mid-upper 80’s.
Tonight, any storm activity that develops will diminish with the loss of daytime heating. Partly cloudy skies prevail with mild lows in the mid 60’s. Patchy fog likely develops by early Friday morning.
As we look to put the final touches up on the work week, we’ll do so on a hot note. Mostly sunny skies persist along with the continued heat. Afternoon highs soar into the upper 80’s as slightly better storm chances will be possible.
A weak cold front will dive southward from the Great Lakes Region (but stay just north of the Ohio River) while providing slightly better conditions for a few more afternoon boomers. Nothing widespread is expected, but a quick hitting downpour cannot be ruled out.
Daily storm chances continue through the holiday weekend and into early next week. The heat hangs tough before “cooling” down into the mid 80’s by next mid-week.
Sky Alert Meteorologist