ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras
82° Scattered Clouds Feels like: 86°
- High: 92° - Low 72°
- Wind: From WSW at 6mph
- Humidity: 65% | UV Index: Very High
- Dew Point: 69° | Pressure: 30.01 in
Updated 9:15 am July 23, 2014
A typical July day: hazy, hot, and humid with a risk of late day storms.
ABC7 Belfort Furniture Weather CenterUpdated 8:44 am
- This Afternoon:
- Partly sunny, hot and very humid, 40% chance PM storms
- Highs: 90-95°
- Wind: SW 5-10 mph
- Partly cloudy, isolated t'shower
- Lows: 70s
- Wind: NW 5-10 mph
- Partly sunny, not as hot, still humid, 40% chance t'storm
- Highs: Low to mid 80s
- Wind: N 5-10 mph
Today will be the hottest day of the week with highs in the low 90s, but feeling closer to 100 degrees with the high humidity. As a cold front drops down from the Great Lakes, our storm risk will increase. Keep an eye to the sky for thunderstorms to develop this afternoon.
Winds will shift out of the NW later tonight and will drop high temperatures tomorrow into the mid 80s. It'll remain quite muggy tomorrow with additional chances for thunderstorms to develop, but the drier air will start to filter in late tomorrow night. Friday looks spectacular with sunshine, lower humidity, and seasonable temperatures. The reprieve from the high humidity will be short lived, as moisture levels rise Saturday. The heat and humidity, combined with an approaching front on Sunday, will trigger storm risks Sunday into Monday.
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