MONDAY MORNING WEATHER DISCUSSION
Date: Sept. 3 Time: Midday Meteorologist: Mike Davis
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
This Afternoon Chance showers, lesser chance for a T-Storm. Low 80s SE 5-10 mph
Tonight: Chance for scattered showers. 70 SE 3-6 mph
Tomorrow: Chance for showers & storms. 83 SW 5-10 mph
Wednesday: Brightening skies. 88
Special Information: Looks like a soggy Labor Day ahead with scattered showers and a chance for isolated thunderstorms. The remnants of Isaac will continue to impact our local weather through tomorrow before finally moving off to the east. Skies will brighten around midweek as high pressure builds in. The next chance for showers holds off until Friday night or Saturday.
ALERTS : Flash Flood Watch in Perry, Morgan and Washington Counties until evening. SPC has A Slight Risk for Severe Storms over the central US from IA to MO, NE & KS. Also in the south from MS to AL & GA.
Inconvenient WX/Plan Your Day: Wet roads for much of the day. Drying out Wednesday. Seasonable temps most of the week. No 90s. Showers return for the weekend.
Stats: Averages: 81/61 Record High: 99 (1953) Low: 46 (1967) Last 7 Days
(84, 86, 84, 90, 97, 86, 84) .64” Yesterday. .64” Sept. +.50”). YTD -4.31”
Sunrise: 7:02 Set 7:59