Kameron's Weather Blog

Kameron's Weather Blog

The Next Cool Down & When to Expect Rain

WeatherPosted by Kameron Douglas Tue, September 04, 2018 11:28AM
If your ready for a relief from the HOT Temperatures we have some days of cooler temperatures ahead. I will say that I hope you have enjoyed the sunshine as we may not see much of it as we go towards the end of the week as along side the cooler temperatures we have rain chances.

So what is bringing the relief?
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Currently we have a ridge of high pressure sitting over the Ohio Valley which is what is keeping us dry and also bringing the HOT! Temperatures. Are relief will finally come in after the high pressure exits the Ohio Valley which looks to do that by tomorrow afternoon. After that high pressure exits behind it is a ridge of low pressure that will arrive into the Ohio Valley by tomorrow evening/overnight. As this low pressure system arrives it will bring rain showers for our area Wednesday evening currently it is a small chance - 40%. For those that do see the rain tomorrow evening will likely be the first to see the signs of relief from the HOT! temperatures. In other words the rain showers look to be scattered which means that chances are that not everyone will see the rain, but by Thursday the rain chance increases to 50% and 90% by Friday. So I would say by the end of the week that mostly all areas should have picked up some rain. Overall the rain is what will help cool things down.

How long will this relief last?
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The relief looks to last into most of next week before temperatures begin to reach another climbing trend by about next Wednesday as its looking like that is when the low pressure system will have exited by then.


Overall, Enjoy the cooler temperatures while they last!

-Kameron Douglas


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