If we can’t get rainfall to visit everyone often (not likely during any summer), then how about some cooler air? It’s coming.
A pattern change will likely deliver the longest stretch of below normal days we’ve experienced all summer starting by the end of the week.
I included an update to our summer temperature plot through August 5th. One can just glace to see how few days the high and/or low stayed below the normal (lighter) line.
So we’re looking at highs in the eighties for a stretch of days as lows dip all the way down into the fifties on Saturday morning! This would be the coolest air since early and middle June.
Now, there are rain chances during the temperature transition. Late Wednesday afternoon, thunderstorms are forecast to develop along an advancing front over the Great Plains. There may be some areas that pick up 2/3 of an inch of rain or more.