Happy Monday! Temperatures have dropped to the upper-40s to low-50s for the most part across our area. Cooler air will be filtering in from the north and west as we head throughout our Monday and thus it won’t be nearly as warm today as it has been this weekend. We’ll look to see a high around 64 for Monday, which is right around average for this time of year. There will only be a few clouds from time to time working their way across our area for our Monday and Monday night.
Morning lows on Tuesday will be back into the mid-to-upper-30s across the area, with the daylight hours featuring mostly sunny skies and highs only around 54. Temperatures look to drop just below freezing for our Wednesday morning, with highs that day only in the low-50s. We look to stay dry this week through Thursday as stray shower chances look to return by our Friday.
A low pressure system will move along the Gulf Coast on Saturday and due to the southerly track of the low, severe weather will not occur with it. Expect only a chilly rain for Saturday, which could be heavy at times. Models are showing 1-2 inches of rain on average for our area for Saturday; however, models are showing greater amounts in other parts of the Twin States. In other words, we’ll have to continue watching how Saturday’s system develops to pinpoint where a flash flood threat may exist.