Mike Linden's Forecast | Strong/severe storms return to NEPA Friday
The final few days of the Summer season are upon us and it seems we'll deal with one more shot of strong/severe storms before Fall arrives late Saturday night at 9:54.
Both Wednesday and Thursday look to be quite nice as the active weather takes a backseat. Temperatures are likely to slip into the mid 50s overnight tonight with a lot less humidity too; a great night to give the A/C a break! Humidity slowly returns into Thursday as temperatures return to the mid to high 70s under partly cloudy skies.
Friday is the day that has my attention and the folks over at the Storm Prediction Center are on it too, issuing a SLIGHT (2 out of 5) risk for strong/severe storms Friday afternoon and evening. The biggest threat from these are likely to be strong, potentially damaging winds and hail. While the isolated tornado threat is low it can't be ruled out.
The weekend looks much nicer and A LOT cooler as daytime highs fall below normal into the low 70s, upper 60s to usher in the new season.