Our work week began with cool, September-like temperatures and low humidity. The mild weather will continue for the next two days before a warmup begins. The week that started with highs in the 70s will see a late-week surge of heat that will push high temperatures into the 90s. We’ll have an extended streak of dry weather this week with no rain in the forecast until the weekend at the earliest.
July will go into the record books as a mild month with only one 90-degree day. The month got off to a wet start with more than six inches of rain in the first 17 days. July will finish with rainfall almost two inches above average.
The 30-day outlook for August is predicting average temperatures and above average precipitation. Since June 1, we’ve had almost 14 inches of rain, so it looks like our mild, wet summer will continue.
This will be a mild week.
July was a wet, mild month.
So far, this has been a mild summer.
We lose over an hour of daylight this month.
August temperatures are forecast to be near average.
August precipitation is forecast to be above average.
Above are the temperature extremes for the month.