April 22, 2010
Your ISOJ weather forecast
Traditionally, Mother Nature has been teasingly cruel to the ISOJ. For the past few years, the trend has been rain on the first day of the conference, and stifling humidity on the following day. This year, we might not have to deal with same situation. Here’s your current forecast for this weekend’s event.Friday, there’s a 30% chance of isolated thunderstorms. The good thing about Austin is that it seems to deflect severe weather with ease, and with only a 30% chance, chances are we’ll come away unscathed. The day’s high will be 85 degrees, and humidity should only get up to around 66%, which, if you’ve never been to Texas, isn’t bad at all.
There may be some precipitation overnight, but by Saturday morning, all should be clear again, and there’s only a 10% chance of rain for the day. The high will only be about 80 degrees, and the humidity around 49%, even less than Friday!
Things are looking good for this year’s event, but just to be safe, you may want to bring your umbrella. Safe travels and we’ll see you tomorrow!