First 90s on the way, isolated thunderstorms in the forecast

Weather more typical of early summer is forecast for this week with highs around 90 and some pop up showers and thunderstorms. The chance of rain appears to be scattered to widely scattered over the next 5 days. The best choice for a completely dry day seems to be Thursday. The daily highs are hovering between the high 80s and low 90s through at least Friday. The next cold front is coming this weekend. The front should clear the area by Mother’s Day to allow less humid and slightly cooler temperatures to return. Here’s a first look at the Mother’s Day forecast. If the forecast holds, the afternoon could be a bit windy. The countdown to the start of the Atlantic hurricane season is now at 30 days. The season runs from June 1st to November 30th. The peak of the season is from August to around October 10th. Here’s a look at the 21 names to use this season. 14 named storms are considered the average hurricane season. The first name this season will be Alex. WJCL 22 released our forecast for the 2022 hurricane season back on March 1st. You can see our prediction for the upcoming season by clicking here. For the latest weather information and the area’s certified most accurate forecast, check out the WJCL 22 News clock or check out the free WJCL 22 News app. You can always get weather updates on social media…follow me here on twitter or here on facebook. Greetings, Jeremy NelsonWJCL 22 Chief Meteorologist

Weather more typical of early summer is forecast this week with highs around 90 and some pop up showers and thunderstorms.

The chance of rain looks scattered to scattered over the next 5 days. The best choice for a completely dry day seems to be Thursday. The daily highs are hovering between the high 80s and low 90s through at least Friday.

Isolated showers, T-storms possible

Chance of rain this week

The next cold front will come this weekend. The front should clear the area by Mother’s Day to allow less humid and slightly cooler temperatures to return. Here’s a first look at the Mother’s Day forecast. If the forecast holds, the afternoon can be a bit windy.

More convenient for Mother's Day

Humidity will drop by Sunday

Mother’s Day Forecast

The countdown to the start of the Atlantic hurricane season is now at 30 days. The season lasts from June 1st to November 30th. The peak of the season is August to around October 10th.

WJCL 22 certified most accurate forecast

The season starts on June 1st

Countdown to hurricane season

Here’s a look at the 21 names to use this season. 14 named storms are considered the average hurricane season. The first name this season will be Alex.

Alex is the first storm this season

14 named storms is an average season

Storm names of the 2022 hurricane season

WJCL 22 released our forecast for the 2022 hurricane season back on March 1st. You can see our forecast for the upcoming season by clicking on it here.

For the latest weather information and the region’s certified most accurate forecasts, check out WJCL 22 News or check out the free WJCL 22 News app. You can always get weather updates on social media…follow me on twitter here or on Facebook here.

Let it be well with you,

Jeremy Nelson

WJCL 22 Chief Meteorologist

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