The weather, currently.
Skies will cloud up later tonight as a area of low pressure moves North and even a little West along the coastline. This low will produce an area of rain some of its steady to heavy early Wednesday through the middle of the day. If the storm comes close enough some areas could see over half an inch of rain. The rain will taper off later Wednesday and then drive in more humid weather return for the end of the week. Temperatures May reach near 90 Friday through the weekend. While the upcoming rain will help the drought situation we will need many more days of rain to get ourselves out of this.
What you need to know, currently.
President Biden signed the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) into law today — the administration’s most aggressive attempt to combat climate change thus far. This is historic, as it is the most significant climate bill in U.S. history.
“For a while people doubted whether any of that was going to happen, but we are in a season of substance,” Biden told the assembled audience. Sure!
The bill is significantly smaller than what the Biden Administration initially envisioned, but it’s still forecast to reduce emissions 40 percent by the end of the decade — a meaningful victory for climate activists in an otherwise grim legislative environment.