First Alert Saturday Morning Outlook

Warming up and drying out.....
Your First Alert morning forecast on 5/28.
Published: May. 28, 2022 at 4:16 AM CDT
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After a cooler workweek, we are going to be drying out and warming up just in time for the holiday weekend, as an upper-level high pressure area builds over the eastern U.S. Patchy fog and cool temps during the early morning will give way to a dry and warmer day. Some lingering morning clouds should eventually give way to mostly sunny skies by afternoon and evening, even in eastern counties. Highs will be near 80, but dew points remain in check so not too humid. Sunday will be a bit warmer and breezier, with highs in the mid 80s….and by Monday we’ll have lows in the mid 60s and highs of about 85 to 90, along with higher humidity levels.

Our next chance of rain and thunderstorms looks to be toward the middle of next week. Models differ slightly on timing, but it looks like we’ll have a weak cold front move through about Thursday. After a hot and humid Tuesday, a few isolated storms may be possible by Wednesday evening…with a better chance of showers and storms Wednesday night or Thursday. Slightly cooler and less humid conditions should follow this system for Friday into the first weekend of June.

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