Two systems in play to start Friday…the moisture from the tropical storm swinging to our south and east…at the same time a cool front now on the move from the northwest…the combo will bring some showers and storms in the morning…then the cool front wins and blows everything off to the east…skies clear out during the afternoon with northwest breezes…then we settle into some excellent Summer break weather for Friday night and all weekend long and into early next week…a top 10 10 weekend on the...
Still feeling like summer on this Thursday…but a little cooler thanks to a mix of clouds and sun…clouds spraying north from the tropical storm…but a very humid day…an increase in rain and storms late Thursday night and Friday as the storm curves to the northeast into the Ohio valley…but this track is close enough…especially for the STL area and points south and east…then a cool front rockets in right behind and blows the system well to the east in time for Friday night and all weekend...
Its the first full day of the summer season and after a nice early to mid morning…it will feel like summer late morning and all afternoon into the early evening…temps rise into the mid 90’s with a tropical spike in the humidity…warm and humid tonight and hot and humid again on Thursday…then two things happen…a cool front works in from the northwest but more important…the moisture and spin from the tropical system in the Gulf will come into play…the tow mixing to create an uptick in rain and...
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