Scattered Storms Continues Into Early Next Week

Scattered thunderstorms as expected throughout the Crossroads today. Rainfall totals have been between a tenth and quarter of an inch throughout the Crossroads. We will see more of the same Sunday and Monday with tropical waves moving inland. Rainfall amounts daily should average between a quarter to a half inch of rain. In some of the heavier storms, you may see heavier amounts. Rain chances will decrease a tad heading into the second half of the work week.

As a result, high temperatures will increase a degree or two. In the tropics, national hurricane center outlined a disturbance with a 30% of development in the Northern Atlantic. The area of low pressure should not be an issue for North America. The Eastern Pacific is very active with tropical disturbances and Major Hurricane Hector. Hector is a Category Three storm which is forecasted to strengthened into a Category Four hurricane. As of now, Hector should pass south of the Big Island but we will continue to monitor it. Over the next seven days, temperatures will remain in the middle 90s and lows in the middle to upper 70s..