Evening Forecast, Monday August 18, 2014

Evening Forecast, Monday August 18, 2014

It's slowly beginning to feel like summer once again.
Updated: Monday Evening, August 18th, 2014
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo
It's slowly beginning to feel like summer once again. Some clouds developedthis afternoon and there will be a stray shower this evening. Tonight willremain a bit muggier with patchy clouds and a few areas of fog. Lowtemperatures will range from the upper 50s near and north of I-80 to the 60sfarther to the south. Any fog that develops will burn off quickly on Tuesday.Tuesday will be about as warm as Monday with a mix of clouds and sunshine. Afew spots will have a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon. With higherhumidity, any place that gets hit could have a heavier downpour, but a lot ofspots will still be rain free. Temperatures Tuesday will reach in the 70s,perhaps near 80 in spots. Wednesday will be warm and humid with clouds, somesunshine and scattered showers and thunderstorms. Once again there may be someheavier downpours. Temperatures will rise into the upper 70s to near 80.Thursday will be even a little warmer and more humid with clouds and sunshine.Some showers and thunderstorms will be around, especially during the afternoonand evening hours. Friday will also be warm and humid with a mix of clouds andsunshine and an afternoon shower or thunderstorm. Temperatures will reach intothe lower to middle 80s. With a moist atmosphere, any of the showers orthunderstorm through the end of the week can bring flooding downpours. Nightswill also be muggy through the rest of the week keeping temperatures fromdropping lower than the 60s in most locations. A weak front will push throughand give us a slight reduction in humidity for the weekend. We'll have a mix ofclouds and sunshine with highs near 80. There will only be a stray shower orthunderstorm each day over the weekend. The humidity will creep up a littlemore on Monday with times of clouds and sunshine along with scattered showersand thunderstorms.
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