No weather issues today!
Morning: Cool and quiet, middle 50s
Evening: Few clouds, warmer: upper 70s
Dry through Wednesday, wash away!
AM: Sun, light breeze, middle 50s
PM: Mostly clear, mild: mid & upper 70s
Dry air stays with us today - that will help to dry up the wettest of grounds
- You will need to water daily through this week, early morning and evening are best
More heat & humidity show up tomorrow and stay for the week
- Early morning or evening will be the best times for cutting the grass & doing yard work
Showers, few storms with locally heavy rain will show up Thursday and especially Friday
I would suggest turning on the AC on Tuesday
- Put window units in & turn them on, that way they won't have to work as hard from the start
- AC will be needed/preferred through Friday
Forecasts are only as good as what they mean for you.
You have gardens to water, errands to run and grass to cut; cars to wash. dogs to walk, snow to shovel & leaves to rake. As with most things, timing is everything.
That's where I come in.
Your practical forecasts will be brief and to the point and will vary by season.
I'll also have reminders and suggestions as the weather and seasons dictate.
For more info, you can always check out my full forecast here or shoot me an email.
Running Errands - if you have time and options, you have everything.
I'm guessing you'd rather put groceries in the car when it's not raining cats & dogs
Walking the Dog: Before/After Work - you'll have the forecast for both of those parts to your day. Weather has a say in how long any walks can be
Car wash - unless you have a 30-day unlimited plan, you'd rather wash the car at the beginning of a dry stretch than at the end of one
Walk, Run & Bike - warm weather and cold weather forecasts with all the trimmings
Your Leaf Raking Forecast - you need to know about wind and wet; it's a lot easier to rake dry leaves!
Yard Work and Final Fall Chores - you need to know when it's going to rain (or snow, some years!) so you can get the leaves raked up
Winter (December 1st through March):
Winter Advice & Tidbits - Anything related to winter chores around the house.
Spring into Summer:
Garden/grass watering - minimize water usage and your bill by letting Mother Nature do her thing
Yard Work - weeding, cutting the front grass or the haying the back forty, even sealing the driveway not only deal with forecasts but weather that just passed
AC use - some like it cool, some like to keep the windows open for as long as possible and some need to close the house up because of humidity
If you need a specialized forecast for something you have going on here, near or far, just click below and we'll go from there.