Clouds have arrived today, we will see clouds with us through the next couple of days as more moisture is brought into the region from our south ahead of our next cold front. Along with more moisture, warmer air is arriving as well. Temperatures today have already reached the mid 70s and we should reach the upper 70s, which is where we should be this time of year, for our Tuesday.
Clouds will thicken on Wednesday as our next cold front pushes through. This will cause mostly rain showers and maybe an isolated storm or two, especially east of I-59. The question is how far south does this front make it. If if clears the region, Thursday will be dry. If not, we could see a few lingering showers on Thursday.
Friday will see high pressure build back in and end any rain chances that still exist as temperatures begin to warm back up. Our next cold front will come with an associated upper level low into the weekend. This could mean a storm or two, but they look to be few and far between, and at this point, non-severe. Storms will be possible again for Sunday with some lingering storms for Monday. Temperatures will push back toward 80 for the weekend, with the potential that we could climb into the mid 80s should we get enough warm air back in here and limit storm coverage.
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