No question there is a weather shift on the way...it is just going to take some time...still summer on Saturday...partly to mostly sunny, warm to hot and humid...hanging around 90 once again...all is quiet an mild to warm on Saturday night...then Sunday...
Dave Murrays Latest Weather Disco...Friday...September 23, 2016 Lets do some more Summer weather on this Friday and take it into Saturday,,,partly to mostly sunny skies...rather hot and humid for each afternoon. Then Sunday...a strong cold front starts to enter the picture...
The Thursday Weather Disco...September 22, 2016 More of the same in play for Thursday, Friday and Saturday...plenty of sunshine with heat and humidity...all is rain and storm free...the soil drying out some...great for the harvest season. Also for the first time in a month...
The Wednesday Weather Disco: Little change in the weather pattern...the dome of summer is stuck and even though Fall begins on Thursday morning...it is all about summer into early next week...warm to hot afternoons and mild evening...nothing much in the way of rain.
The Fall season starts at 9:21 in the morning on Thursday...but this is a week of warm days and pleasant night...highs into the upper 80's into the weekend. There is a weak cool front that will sink down over us and wash out tomorrow...little effect on our weather...
Dave Murray's Latest STL forecast and weather disco...FRIDAY..SEPTEMBER 16, 2016: *** Into a run of unsettled weather into Saturday morning...temps near to slightly below average...think periods of rain and some storms...not raining all the time*** Periods of rain and storms...not raining all the time...but watch the sky...heavy rain at times WINDS: East 5-15 M.P.H.
Dave Murray's Latest STL forecast and weather disco...THURSDAY...SEPTEMBER 15, 2016: . *** Into a run of unsettled weather into Saturday morning...temps near to slightly below average...think periods of rain and some storms...not raining all the time*** . THURSDAY: .
More great weather on this Tuesday but there is a cool front on the way with some showers later tonight and into early Wednesday*** . TUESDAY: . Partly to mostly sunny skies...nice...but warmer WINDS: South 5-10 M.P.H. HIGH: 88 degrees . TUESDAY NIGHT: .
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI)-We have had some non-summers over the last few years, but certainly not this summer. We are getting back to the good old days of St. Louis heat and humidity. No records, but the humidity got a little tough to take in the middle of July.
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