Between forecasts in the Appalachians, were going to take a quick jaunt over to the Ozarks.
At 1153PM, CT, Fayetteville was reporting overcast skies with a temperature of 73 degrees. The remnants of Tropical Storm Bill is centered over southeastern Missouri. Fayetteville finds itself on the back end of this system, which is leading to the overcast conditions over the region. Fortunately, Bill has hooked up with a shortwave aloft, and is rocketing off to the northeast.
Another advantage to the departure of Bill is that it will draw the flow of Gulf moisture. Although there is a weak wave over the Upper Midwest, Gulf flow will not be transported through Fayetteville and the Ozarks. Expect instead that Fayetteville will stay dry the next two days. Not only that, but the humidity will be much more tolerable than June can be.
Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy, High 91, Low 67
Sunday – Partly cloudy, High 92, Low 73
TWC: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 90, Low 65
Sunday – Sunny, High 90, Low 70
AW: Tomorrow – Partly sunny, humid and warmer High 89, Low 64
Sunday – Partly sunny, very warm and humid High 89, Low 69
NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny High 89, Low 64
Sunday – Sunny High 89, Low 70
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny. High 89, Low 64
Sunday – Mostly sunny. High 89, Low 70
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny. High 90, Low 64
Sunday – Mostly sunny. High 90, Low 70
FIO: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 90, Low 67
Sunday – Partly cloudy in the morning. High 90, Low 74