It was a beautiful Sunday across the region.
We saw plenty of sunshine and very pleasant temperatures.
We can thank a large ridge of high pressure for the
Fortunately, it appears, we'll squeak out another
nice one tomorrow.
The bad news is another cold front will move into
the area tomorrow night, bringing another chance of
The good news is this front will not have deep moisture
or strong instability to work with.
This means a lower flood and severe threat.
Temperatures are in the 60s at this hour, so you may
need a sweatshirt or light jacket if venturing out
Here is today's almanac.
As we head into Monday, look for more sunshine and
highs in the middle and upper 70s.
That cold front will approach the area Monday night,
then cross the area Tuesday.
It will bring a chance of showers and isolated t-storms
to the area beginning late Monday night.
Look for the chance of showers and isolated t-storms
to continue into Tuesday as the front exits.
look for another clear night, although it won't be
look for lows in the upper 50s.
Tomorrow looks sunny with highs in the middle to upper
Tomorrow night will bring a chance of showers and
t-storms, mainly after midnight.
Look for a low in the lower 60s.
dry weather returns for Wednesday and Thursday, but
it will be noticeably cooler as temperatures drop
into the upper 60s to lower 70s for the rest of the
Our next chance of rain arrives Friday and will last
into early Saturday morning.
at this time, instability and deep moisture are really
lacking, so I am not expecting a significant risk
of flooding or severe weather.
Temperatures by then will have recovered to the middle
Dry weather will take over for the start of next week.