Bracing for a very hot week of weather coming our way. I’ve seen numbers in the upper 90s showing up, so it’s going to be toughie. When the temperatures get up into the 90s and the dew point gets crazy – as it does here – it’s going to be mighty uncomfortable. Especially for all of those without A/C.
At least we’re not dealing with the right-now Tropical Storm Barry, which could conceivably become a hurricane by the time it hits shore. But either way, too much water for areas that do not need more water, chances for tornadoes. Nothing good coming from that storm…even for the upper west tip of Louisiana that really needs the rain, they’re nervous because if they do, indeed, get the rain, they also get the chances for tornadoes. Like I said, nothing good going on down there right now. We’ve only got heat to deal with and that’s enough.
Currently 76 with an average wind from the WSW of 11 mph. Feels like 76 degrees. Dew Point 64, Humidity 67%, Barometer 29.92 & rising, Visibility 10 mi., Sunrise 6:14 am, Sunset 9:20 pm. Nothing but sunshine today. High 87. W winds 10 -15 mph.
Clear overnight skies. Low 53. NNE winds 10 -15 mph.
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