- Dry and unseasonably cool close to the week
- Shower chances return
- Watching Harvey
Can’t Ask For Anything Better…Our weather to wrap up the work week will be dominated by cool Canadian high pressure. This will supply plentiful sunshine and unseasonably cool conditions.
A cold front will approach early next week before “washing out” over the Ohio Valley. Shower chances will increase in association with this frontal boundary late Sunday night into early next week. Dry conditions will return by the middle of next week along with slightly cooler than average temperatures.
Tropics: Harvey continues to dominate the headlines and rightfully so. Devastating impacts will be dealt to Texas from a rain, surge, and wind perspective. He will be upgraded to a major hurricane today. It’s still far too early to know how far north Henry will eventually make it late next week before getting absorbed by an approaching trough. Portions of the Ohio Valley are still on the table for potential rain impacts from Harvey late next week. Stay tuned.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.25″ – 0.50″