These morning patchy clouds are going to stick around for much of the day, though they will make for some pretty skies. I snapped this pic of the beautiful sky this morning as I was walking my dog, Pepper.
We may see a sprinkle or quick shower from these, but definitely nothing significant, if anything at all. Tonight, a disturbance rolls through and we could certainly see a shower or two from that disturbance toward Tuesday morning. Again, just light showers, if anything. Tuesday should be very similar to today. Highs both today and Tuesday will be in the lower 70s, which is quite pleasant for this time of year! By Wednesday, we should have clearer skies and that will allow us to warm to near 80.
Thursday will feature much of the same, though we will see a slight chance of a t-storm by then. That slight chance of a storm comes from our humidity that will be increasing on Thursday. We all knew it would be coming back, right? 🙂
Just be glad this isn’t 1988. On June 26, 1988 thirteen cities in the South recorded record high temperatures. I still remember dad cutting trees in our yard the next year that had died from the 1988 drought. We lost at least a third of our trees and nearly every spruce and white pine. That’s one summer we don’t want to repeat! So, enjoy this cool weather. Heaven knows it could be so much worse!