To start the last official week of spring, high pressure has started to build into the area. With this high pressure will come a series of days that will feel summer-like with ample amounts of sunshine. Temperatures each day for the next week will continue to warm into the lower 90s with afternoon storms popping up.
With the high continue to building in over us, rain chances will be very limited, but there's no need to rule out a slight chance of those storms.
Through all of next week we will see sun and lots of it, towards the end of the week clouds will begin to build in only slightly. These clouds will be apart of an upper level low that will work it's way across the Northern US. Rain doesn't look to be lightly at this moment, but if the high pressure over our area weakens slightly we could see more rain for the start of summer.
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