Dave Murray’s Latest Forecast

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The Latest Forecast from Fox 2 Chief Meteorologist Dave Murray:

 

SATURDAY:

 

PARTLY SUNNY…WARM…ALITTLE MORE HUMID
WINDS: SOUTH 5-15 M.P.H.
HIGH: 93 DEGREES.

 

SATURDAY NIGHT:

 

PARTLY CLOUDY…WARM…A FEW SPOT STORMS
WINDS: SOUTH 5-10 M.P.H.
LOW: 72 DEGREES

 

SUNDAY:

 

PARTLY SUNNY…WARM AND HUMID…WATCH FOR A FEW SPOT STORMS
WINDS: SOUTH 5-15 M.P.H
HIGH: 90 DEGREES

 

ALL ABOUT SUMMER…MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY

 

THE WEATHER DISCO:

 

The Latest U.S. Weather Map:

 

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SUMMER OFFICALLY BEGINS WEDNESDAY AT 6:09PM…BUT IT WILL BE FEELING AND LOOKING LIKE SUMMER…OVER THE WEEKEND AND RIGHT INTO WEDNESDAY…HIGH PRESSURE TO THE EAST AND A WAVY AND WEAK COOL FRONT TO THE WEST…THIS WILL SET UP ALITTLE BIT OF A BATTLE GROUND OF WEATHER…THE CORE STORMS WILL BE TO OUR WEST AND NORTH–BUT CLOSE…SO LETS NOT LET THE GUARD DOWN OVER THE WEEKEND…LOTS OF DRY TIME…BUT THERE WILL BE SOME SPOT STORMS. TEMPERATURES WILL BE WARM AND THE HUMIDITY WILL CONTINUE TO BE ON THE RISE…ESPECIALLY GETTING INTO THE PICTURE NEXT WEEK…AS A SUMMER HEAT WAVE DIGS IN FOR SEVERAL DAYS. A STRONGER COOL FRONT WILL TRY TO BUST DOWN THE RIDGE ON THURSDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHT…THATS A LOK WAY OFF.

 

HAPPY FATHER’S DAY TO ALL THE DAD’S OUT THERE…ESPECIALLY MY DAD…WHO IS STILL KICK’IN AT 92 YEARS OLD.

 

GETTING MORE AND MORE CALLS ABOUT THE RETURN OF THE JAPANESE BETTLES…HEAD TO YOUR LOCAL HARDWARE STORE OR NURSEY AND PICK UP A BETTLE TRAP…CHEAP AND THEY REALLY WORK.

 

ALSO…I’VE HAD A LOT OF CALLS AND E-MAILS ABOUT MOLES…THIS IS A PRIME TIME FOR THEM AND WITH THE DRY WEATHER THEY ARE REALLY COMING OUT AND INTO THE GARDENS…HERE’S THE PERSON TO CALL…HE’S THE BEST…DAVE RADCLIFF WITH MCCARTHY PEST CONTROL…HIS CELL: 314-662-1302 OR THE OFFICE NUMBER 636-441-1300…TELL HIM DAVE SENT YOU.See More

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