The summer-like pattern continues

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Weather Headlines

–Morning showers will give way to a nice Wednesday afternoon/evening

–Another system moves in Friday, bringing more showers and storms

–The weekend looks summer-like and mostly dry

Main threats

No widespread hazardous weather is expected over the next seven days.


Once these morning showers move east, we should be in good shape for the rest of the day. I can’t completely rule out an afternoon shower or storm, but that chance is very slim.

Thursday is looking hot and mostly dry. One or two storms may pop up on the plateau in the afternoon heat and humidity but most of us will stay bone dry.

Our next chance of rain comes Friday, with a system similar to what we had last night.

The summer-like pattern continues through the weekend, with hot and humid conditions.


All is strangely quiet in both the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean basins.

WeatherTAP WeatherFACT

Planet Kebler 7b has clouds made of silica particles. That means that when it rains it rains molten liquid glass.


On this day in 1904 a terrible flash flood developed near Pueblo, Colorado. A bridge meant to support a train had grown weak because of floodwaters sweeping through the valley below. When a passenger train began crossing it, the bridge gave way. Eighty-nine of the train passengers drowned.

The summer of 1904 was notorious for flash floods in the Rockies.



Yesterday’s record high: 93 (1980)

Yesterday’s record low: 51 (1957)

Today’s record high: 94 (1980)

Today’s record low: 50 (2004, 1957)

Today’s sunset: 7:38

Tomorrow sunrise: 5:53

Today’s day length: 13 hrs 45 mins 54 secs

Tomorrow’s day length: 13 hrs 44 mins 02 secs

One year ago today

It was a hot, rain-free day. The high reached 87 degrees, after a morning low of 66.


A friend of mine from the NASA Socials shared this photo that he took last night in Pennsylvania. That strike was a little close! What a shot, though! He has a ton of photography like this that can be found at @Tonybendelephotography.


You all have a great day!



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