It looks hot, hot, hot! The call of more than 10 days in a row we made here on the blog before the 90s hit looks on track. The one change in the long-range is the area of high pressure to our west stays stronger longer and the tropical moisture from the Carribean I expected to cool us down and break the 90 degree spell next weekend may not come to fruition as wind shear remains very high and storms disorganized. So we will continue to sizzle. Have a great rest of your weekend. I will check back with you if nature throws any curve balls our way!
Saturday, June 13, 2009
Round Two of Thunderstorms on the Way, Heat is Here to Stay!
It has been an interesting afternoon to say the least. All my neighbors are wondering if we will get the neighborhood cookout in. Yes! But I cannot rule out another line of storms moving our way from Georgia during the evening so we are not totally out of the woods. It will not be as intense but more heavy downpours and dangerous lightning will be moving into the area. I am going to gear up for my cookout. I will post your most up to date and local ten day forecast before I go a grilling! Hang in there and I will have it for you by 5 p.m.