Wolf Laurel Resort
Forecast Last Updated at Tuesday, August 3, 2021 at 12:40PM
Clouds and Cool; Spotty Rain
Cooler temperatures with periods of light rain continue, with showers tapering by evening. That drier trend extends through the next several days with only isolated (at most) mostly afternoon showers and thundershowers through Friday. Temperatures make a gradual rebound to typical summer weather next week.
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Hi: 61 Lo: 54
Unseasonably cool; Periods of light rain, ending by evening; East wind 5-15 mph
Hi: 66 Lo: 55
Lots of clouds; Isolated PM shower or thundershower; East wind 5-10 mph, becoming light
Hi: 68 Lo: 56
Partly cloudy; Isolated PM showers & t-showers; SE wind 5-10 mph, becoming light
Hi: 71 Lo: 59
Partly cloudy; Isolated showers & t-showers
Hi: 72 Lo: 58
Partly cloudy; Warmer; Isolated afternoon t-showers
Sunday - Scattered cloud; Warmer; Isolated afternoon t-showers; High in the mid 70s; Low near 60 degrees
Monday - Scattered cloud; Warmer; Isolated PM t-showers; High in the mid 70s; Low in the lower 60s
Spotty light rain and cloudiness is the theme of the day, most of which should peak early afternoon and end by evening.
Wednesday has mostly cloudy skies but only an isolated PM shower or thundershower. Temperatures are still cooler than average, but not as cool as today.
Thursday and Friday, make progressive progress with daytime highs under partly cloudy skies. At most, only isolated PM showers and thundershowers are expected.
Saturday is a smidge warmer. We might have a few more PM thundershowers, but I'm not ready to chase that rabbit just yet--still called it "isolated".
Sunday and Monday, we return to summer warmth as the Bermuda high is reestablished, extending into the Southeast. Still, only isolated PM (at most) thundershowers are in play.
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