Hello, Sachigo Lake! A cloudy overture greets us this morning, hinting at the 60% possibility of a rainy interlude. By noon, those hints will become reality, with showers making their curtain call. Amidst this drizzly backdrop, the day could also reverberate with the sounds of a distant thunderstorm. And if you’ve noticed the misty embrace around, those fog patches are set to lift as the morning progresses. Today’s deluge will add approximately 5 mm to our rain gauges, while the temperature plays a subtle tune at 16°C. The UV index stands at a moderate 3, making it a perfect day to cozy up with a book or some hot cocoa.
Tonight: Evening’s Rainy Serenade
As daylight gives way to twilight, the rain intensifies its performance, complete with a thunderstorm’s dramatic crescendo. We can expect an additional 5 to 10 mm by morning. The wind, not one to be left out, will swing in from the north at 20 km/h, setting a chilly undertone to the evening. Nighttime temperatures will dip to 11°C.
Wednesday, August 9: Windswept Waltz
Tomorrow, the showers intend to take their final bow near noon, leaving us with a cloudy backdrop and a 40% chance of a few encore performances. Another 5 mm might be added to our rain collection. But the wind — it plans to lead the dance, gusting from the north at a brisk 50 km/h. Temperatures will hum a familiar tune, hovering around 16°C, while the UV index climbs a notch to 4.
The Thursday Thought:
Eager for Thursday’s forecast? Keep your ears to the wind and your eyes on the horizon for more updates!