A warm night ahead with temperatures slowly falling to near 66 by day break.
Monday we'll see fewer showers and storms popping as a trough of low pressure near our region continues to weaken. The trough is pulling in moist air from the south and that moisture is interacting with the heat we have in place to produce pop up showers and storms. While some of the storms we've seen have been strong, we are not anticipating severe storms.
Summer will make a big return this week with rising heat and humidity through the 7-Day forecast period. While an isolated convective storm is possible through the week, the chance of organized showers will remain below 20% much of the week as temperatures reach near 90 degrees.
Partly to mostly cloudy
A few storms
Isolated storms early
Mostly sunny & hot
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