So what does a tropical storm look like hundreds of miles after making landfall? It will be muggy much of Father’s Day because of the high heat and humidity from the rainfall from Saturday night.
Rain will taper off around daybreak Sunday morning.
Bill pulls away to our southeast on Sunday and heavy rain should taper off from west to east around sunrise. We’ve already seen a few showers develop along the southeastern edge of Bill’s circulation along the I-55 corridor. Temperatures warm to near 90 Sunday afternoon.
“By Wednesday and Thursday, temperatures will get into the mid-20s across parts of England and Wales, with 25-26C possible in places”. “The remnant low and area of rain will push offshore by Sunday evening”. Temperatures will very quickly rise into the 80s inland, slightly cooler along the SE coast. Though we’ve already seen a significant increase in cloud coverage across North Mississippi, additional daytime heating will add instability to the atmosphere.
The remnants of the tropical depression will pass across southeastern New England during Sunday, the weather service said.
Thunderstorms have been forecast for Saturday – said to be the cause by tropical storm Bill moving across the Atlantic from the USA. “The heavy rain threat is there”.
Forecaster Simon Partridge said “it is not the best of starts to the week”, but brighter, sunnier spells will arrive during the week.
Today is known as the solstice, the date that marks the astronomical start of summer.
Its 30-day outlooks states: “Rain will become persistent and perhaps heavy at times through the weekend, especially in the northwest where the strongest winds are likely to be”.