StormTeam Outlook: Wednesday, July 27th, 2016
Chief Meteorologist Justin Liles
Some Sunshine for the Weekend!
High pressure will continue to slowly approach the Northland tonight and Thursday, leading to clearer skies. There could be lingering showers and weak storms over the far southeast viewing area. Temperatures today will be much warmer inland than by the lake due to a lake breeze. Flow will eventually become more out of the northwest through the weekend. There is a little piece of energy that may bring some additional clouds Friday night – Saturday night. Some rain may get squeezed out but as of now models are really lacking in moisture. By Sunday, dewpoint will again rise in to the low to mid 60s. This will create warmer and more humid conditions heading into next week. Any storms that due roll through Monday night into Tuesday night will produce heavy rain. Locations are unknown at this time.