A muggy weekend & scattered t-showers start popping up again
After a comfortable work week with low humidity, the typical June mugginess has returned. And, along with that, an increasing chances for afternoon and evening t-showers to pop up.
Saturday should start with a mix of clouds and sun and temperatures in the upper 60s. Temperatures should heat fairly quickly into the upper 80s and evening lower 90s through the afternoon. The higher humidity levels should make it feel even hotter. For your outdoor plans, be aware that some pop up variety of showers and t-showers will be possible during the afternoon and evening hours. The main threats from these thundershowers being heavy downpours and lightning. Please remember lightning safety that when the thunder roars, go indoors!
Most showers should fade out during the early evening hours Saturday, otherwise a partly cloudy and muggy night. Sunday starts about the same with a mix of sun and clouds for most of the day. It is possible that we could have a slightly better local coverage of scattered showers and t-showers popping up during the afternoon and evening. Temperatures topping out in the upper 80s.
The start of the upcoming work week could have an even better coverage locally of afternoon and evening t-showers. While not all day, there could be times each afternoon and early evening from Monday through Thursday of periods of heavy downpours and lightning with each round of storms. Daily afternoon highs in the mid/upper 80s.
As for Riverbend, the StormTrack 9 Team will have live weather updates each night at the festival site. We will keep you updated should any storms threaten the festival!
As always, you can depend on the StormTrack 9 Team for updates!