ABC7 StormWatch with Doug Hill and Jacqui Jeras
93° Mostly Cloudy Feels like: 98°
- High: 94° - Low 74°
- Wind: From SSW at 12mph
- Humidity: 45% | UV Index: Very High
- Dew Point: 69° | Pressure: 29.86 in
Updated 4:01 pm July 23, 2014
A cold front will bring storms this evening into tonight and cooler weather tomorrow.
ABC7 Belfort Furniture Weather CenterUpdated 1:30 pm
- Lingering T-Showers
- Lows: Around 70
- Wind: NW 5-10 m.p.h.
- Mostly Cloudy, Morning Showers, Afternoon Clearing
- Highs: Mid 80s
- Wind: NW 5-10 m.p.h.
- Mostly Sunny, Less Humid
- Highs: Upper 80s
- Wind: W 5-10 m.p.h.
Hot and humid conditions developed today as expected and isolated thunderstorms have begun to develop along a cold front west of the Appalachians. Isolated storms could develop ahead of the front this evening but better chances of showers and storms will occur later tonight. This, as the cold front slowly pushes towards our area. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible overnight. And scattered showers and areas of rain will continue tomorrow morning.
Skies may begin to clear tomorrow afternoon as drier air starts to filter back across the region. Sunny, dry and warm weather is forecast for Friday. Temperatures and humidity levels will slowly rise over the weekend. Saturday will be dry but showers and thunderstorms will be possible by Sunday afternoon.
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