Clouds have been with us much of Sunday and they will linger overnight as well. A few showers may try to sneak in from the south, but we should stay dry. Northwest winds will be our helper to keep us dry, but they will also keep us cool. We could have a few neighborhoods fall into the upper 40s overnight but overall most of us should settle around 50°.
Monday will be uneventful with partly to mostly cloudy skies. Areas to our southeast might see a brief sprinkle, but here in the Tri-State we should remain dry. It will stay cool too, with highs in the upper 60s and low 70s. Tuesday will stay mostly cloudy as well with a chance at a stray shower, but it will be slightly warmer. Winds from the east southeast will bring in more humidity and warmth, with highs in the upper 70s.
Wednesday and Thursday are the days that we will keep an eye on for potential at more showers and storms. It is still early, but with temperatures into the upper 70s and low 80s both days, a few of these storms may be strong. My worry would be flooding potential, especially after the amount of rain we have seen in the month of May.
An early look at Memorial Day weekend shows spectacular weather! Highs into the 70s and 80s and sunshine each day!
MONDAY NIGHTMostly cloudy
TUESDAYIncrease in humidity
More warmth too
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