Hazy, Hot & Humid

The summer solstice arrives at the end of this week, so it looks like Mother Nature is cranking up the heat and humidity just in time. High temperatures this week will generally reach the mid-to-upper 80s with many of us flirting with that 90-degree mark.

This Week in a Nutshell

This Week in a Nutshell

When we factor in the humidity—which will become much more noticeable tonight through the middle of the week—there will be some discomfort in the air. Heat index values will rise into the 90s for at least Tuesday and Wednesday.

Tuesday Heat Index: 90s

Tuesday Heat Index: 90s

Scattered showers and thunderstorms are in the forecast every day this week, although much of the time will be dry. Off-and-on rounds of thunderstorms will roll through the region every 18 to 24 hours or so. There is the risk for stronger storms with locally heavy downpours and high wind. We will be monitoring the severe threat through Wednesday.

Threatrack: Overnight through Tuesday Morning

Threatrack: Overnight through Tuesday Morning

The spotty coverage and timing of thunderstorms and left-over thunderstorm clouds to our west will affect what happens here in the Stateline. Keep it tuned to the 13 Weather Authority for the latest information.



Posted under FutureTrack, severe weather, weather

This post was written by qni_it on June 16, 2014

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