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July 31, 2016 #TriCitiesWx Forecast

July 31, 2016

It’s been a sunny and hot day for most to finish out the month of July, and not much will change through the first few days of August. Welcome to the Tri-Cities Weather Blog forecast for tonight through Friday!

During the next few days, we’ll have a weak front moving through, but it’s weak enough to where it will cease to exist toward midweek. As is normal in summer, fronts get  close to us, but either completely wash out or convert to warm fronts and go back toward Canada. That’s essentially the plan this week.

So look for a mostly dry night, with a small chance of rain. We’ll see fog in spots in the morning, with lows around 68.

A few showers are possible tomorrow, and thunderstorms as well. The day should be sunny for the most part, as we warm up to near 90. Tomorrow night might have a stray shower or storm, but should be partly cloudy and mainly dry. Look for lows around 66.

Tuesday and Wednesday look mostly sunny and dry, with a small chance of rain for mainly Tuesday afternoon. We’ll have afternoon highs in the upper 80’s Tuesday, and in the low 90’s on Wednesday.

Late in the week, we’ll see more humidity and chances of rain returning. Thursday and Friday should be partly sunny, with some scattered showers and storms possible each afternoon. Look for highs around 92 on Thursday and close to 90 on Friday thanks to just a tick more cloud cover.

The majority of the time each day this week should be dry, so anything outdoors won’t be harmed by much other than heat close to 90 degrees. There’s not more than a one in three chance of rain until Friday.

I’ll have my next forecast tomorrow afternoon, sometime before 6pm is normally when I’ll post it here. Get out there and have a great week!

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