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Simple concept with long lasting effects
Temps are going to climb and we are in for more August-like weather.
Temperatures may be 10 to 15 degrees below average in some areas.
Going to see a rather mild start to August as compared to the past 30 years.
As we head into mid-week, the rain chances will increase with Thursday being the wettest day of the week.
Great visualization by NASA on happens when glaciers begin to melt.
Dew points can make a big difference in how you feel in the heat.
New study shows updrafts play a bigger role in rain formation than originally thought.
Areas of heavy rainfall through the southern part of our area.
We are in the middle of summer, which means we are in the midst of when the most damaging wind reports come in for the United States. According to data collected by NOAA, the United States sees nearly 3,000 wind damage reports on average during the months of June and July, with a about 1,500 reports in May and August.
After a hot and humid week, we will see cooler weather that could last through the beginning of August.