6:52AM June 26, 2019

NO END IN SIGHT FOR SEASONAL SUMMERTIME PATTERN… High temperatures will again be in the mid-90s on this Wednesday. Scattered, pop-up showers and thunderstorms will be possible this afternoon and evening, mainly in the core heating hours of the day between 1PM and 7PM. Not everyone will have rain before the end of the day, but where storms do happen, I expect localized heavy downpours of rain. It’s near impossible to pinpoint exactly where storms will fire this afternoon. Have a way to keep tabs on the radar throughout the day. redzoneweather.com/radar is the direct link or you can check the Radar tab in the RedZone Weather app.

HIGHEST RAIN CHANCE OVER NEXT WEEK: SATURDAY… While there is at least some chance of rain in each of the next 5-7 days, it looks like the greatest chance of showers and thunderstorms will happen on Saturday. We’ll call it a 60% chance of showers and storms, mainly happening in the afternoon and evening hours.

CONSISTENT HOT PATTERN… I see nothing in the short-term or the long-term weather models that suggest any major variance in the temperature department. High temperatures will consistently be in the 90s with morning lows in the 70s over the next two weeks. Heat index values each afternoon will surge to around the 100 degree mark.

NO TROPICAL STORMS THIS WEEK… The National Hurricane Center continues to suggest that tropical storm formation is not expected over the next 5-7 days, meaning the Atlantic basin remains quiet. Tropical activity generally starts ramping up in mid-July. This lull in activity in June is certainly not uncommon.

See all the graphics and details in your Wednesday #rzw forecast video… Enjoy your day!

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