For the most part, the weather should be fairly stable this week, with a chance of thunderstorms coming back briefly at the end of the work week. A ridge of high pressure just to our east will keep our temperatures warm enough to force a few afternoon clouds to pop up, but it isn’t likely those will develop into any precipitation in the short term. A weak low pressure center does move through us on Friday which could produce some showers by that time. Temperatures will be seasonable in the low 90s for the next few days before dropping into the mid-80s by the weekend.
On another note, the sun certainly has been beating down on us lately, but it has also weighed on the mind of Harold: “My house walls are running east/west. Near sunup and sundown the sun comes in the NORTH windows into my bedroom. Then between 9am and 7pm the sun seems to swing south and comes in the SOUTH windows. What is it that makes the sun seem to swing south Mike? My guess is the curvature of the earth.”
It’s not the curvature of the earth. Tomorrow I’ll tell you what it is.