It is another beautiful start to the day for our Monday with plenty of sunshine. We will see some clouds later this afternoon thanks so the added moisture with a seasonably warm air mass in place. A couple of clouds will linger overnight and into our Tuesday. Tuesday will see more clouds and perhaps a stray storm or two, depending on what happens with an old thunderstorm complex that will be to our north today and tonight. Regardless, if a storm does develop, it will be few and far between for our Tuesday.
We then dry back out until late week when our ridge of high pressure breaks down just a bit and allows a weak cold front to move through the area. Right now, it looks to arrive Friday afternoon and exit by Saturday morning. Even with the added humidity we will be seeing this week, this system does not look to have the upper level support to spark numerous showers and storms, so at this time, only stray storms are expected.
Temperatures this week look to hold in the lower 90s with heat index values in the mid to upper 90s. We will see two shots of cooler air. One will be on Wednesday as a little cooler and drier air works in from the east, but this cool down will be negligible. The other one will be behind our front on Saturday where highs may dip into the upper 80s in northern locations and humidity will back off significantly.
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