Wednesday and Thursday: A/C’s a must!

We hit the nail on the head when we forecasted a 89° high temperature for Monday. We’ll be a degree or two warmer for Tuesday and a degree or two warmer on Wednesday. No big deal, right? What is more important is the fact that our humidity will come up in a big way during the next 48 hours.

(Aren’t you excited that I’ve finally jumped into the 21st Century and figured out how to export movies from our weather computer?)

Click on the link below for a look at our 13Futurecast model which shows how the humidity will be brought in by the wind. For much of Tuesday, our surface winds (out of the east and northeast) will keep the rich, humid air to the south. Once we go into Wednesday, our surface winds will shift out of the south and tug on that tropical airmass that lies to our south into our area.

Heat index values will likely stay in the 88-92° range tomorrow but look for a range of 93-98° for Wednesday and 94-99° for Thursday. -ERIC
Click To Play
.Video thumbnail. Click to play


Posted under Uncategorized

This post was written by qni_it on July 31, 2007

1 Comment so far

  1. The Pumpkin Pilot July 31, 2007 8:56 AM

    Keep up the good work guys! This blog is excellent and I check it every morning. I live in Woodstock and am a truck driver for Schneider National. I run between Romeoville, IL and Kansas three times a week.The information posted is valuable to me. This morning, I am in Osceola, IA. The humidity is already here with temps in the 70s.

Leave a Comment

Name (required)

Email (required)




More Blog Post

Next Post: