Once again we made a run towards the lower 90s today with it feeling like it was near 100 degrees for most of the day. Overnight as daytime heating is lost to the atmosphere it will help aide in some storms that could develop overnight. Some of those storms could be on the strong side with gusty winds and hail.
From here on out it looks like we'll trade the sun for clouds and rain as a cold front make its way through the twin states. Tomorrow will be our last run towards 90 degrees, but much like today we'll see some storms develop thanks to an upper level disturbance that will swing across the area in advance of a cold front that will move through the area Tuesday Night into Wednesday. Some of the storms, much like the past few days have the potential to be on the strong side, with damaging winds and quarter size hail.
Tuesday begins our cool down as a weak cold front moves through the area. Right now holding temperatures near the mid 80s, but if models keep aligning right and become more consistent we could be sitting in the upper 70s lower 80s. A much needed cool down after the brutal heat we have been seeing. For the rest of this week, rain chances will stay in the forecast and we won't begin another run towards 90 until the start of next week.
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