June 10: The Heat is On!
Over the next few days we’ll be stuck in the warm sector of a low pressure disturbance passing through the Great Lakes. High pressure centered over Bermuda will spin humidity up its back (West) side which will assist in saturating the warm sector air mass with strong S/SW flow. I suggest you play the song and crank it…
Recent model guidance has ramped up suggested temperatures for tomorrow through Saturday. The next few model images, courtesy of WeatherBell Analytics, represent air temperatures at 2PM on each respective day (Thursday, Friday and Saturday).
Whenever you have heat and humidity in the warm sector like this, pop-up thunderstorms are possible, especially towards the end of peak diurnal heating (4-7PM). Most of the day should be sunny, hot and humid but storm details will have to be now-casted using same-day data/radar/etc. Also a cold front should push through sometime on Saturday which would mean more of a line segment system of storms followed by cooler and drier air behind for Saturday night. I’ll have the fully-detailed weekend outlook posted tomorrow evening but for now the week finishes hot, stormy and humid with relief Saturday night-Sunday.
In English: Hazy, hot, and humid (Triple-H) tomorrow through Saturday. Storms possible every day. Summer. Be safe! JC