Happy Monday! It’s a warm and muggy start to our Monday as another mild day is in store with highs expected to climb into the upper-80s to right around 90 degrees. A cold front will push through our area today, providing lift for a pop-up shower or storm mainly in the late morning and early afternoon hours. The cold front will also bring with it gusty 10-20 mph winds from the north on our Monday. Cooler and drier air will filter in behind the frontal passage, with morning lows expected to drop into the mid-60s.
High pressure will filter on in for our Tuesday and Wednesday, with highs both days in the mid-80s. Morning lows by Wednesday will be in the low-60s, with some of our usually cooler spots possibly dropping into the upper-50s. A series of dry cold fronts will push through during the Wednesday/Thursday time frame and the only impact these will have is the reinforcement of cooler and drier air. This will also lead to Friday morning being the coolest one over the next seven days, with temperatures dropping into the upper-50s to right around 60 degrees.
More seasonal conditions will move back into our area this weekend as a series of warm fronts move through our area. The first warm front will bring back moisture from the Gulf of Mexico and allow for a pop-up shower or storm on Saturday afternoon. The second warm front will act to reinforce the warm, moist air over our region. As it stands now, the second warm front will move through Sunday morning and thus the atmosphere won’t destabilize enough to allow for shower or storm. One still can’t be entirely ruled out, but chances aren’t high enough at this time to warrant mentioning in the official forecast.