Posted by Meteorologist André Bernier
We actually (and briefly) hit 90°F at Hopkins Airport on Wednesday, bringing out total number of 90°F days to 15.
Rain chances will increase a bit tomorrow, with a modest increase in coverage on Friday and Saturday afternoon, however as you can see from the graph below, it is not quite as optimistic for those looking for a soaking rain. The 40% probability will translate to a scattered distribution at best the way the atmosphere is going.
The mighty constellation Orion is now visible after its early-summer hiatus. Orion is said to “rule” the winter skies. This is how the “Mighty Hunter” appears in our pre-dawn, eastern sky:
Here’s the latest 8-Day Forecast…