After some showers and storms early we saw a spectacular, albeit breezy, Sunday. This evening has been spectacular and we will carry that momentum into Monday.
The winds will begin to calm as we move into the late evening and into the early parts of Monday. Skies should stay clear overnight tonight with a passing cloud here or there. Temperatures will dip down into the mid to upper 40s, which is seasonable for this time of the year. Our "normal" is supposed to be around 49°.
Another dry and comfortable day on the way Monday. Sunshine will greet us to start the day, but as we move into the afternoon, we’ll see a few more clouds roll in. Wind will be westerly at 5 to 10 mph.
Our attention then turns to Tuesday. Much of the Tri-State has been placed in a Slight Risk for severe storms by the Storm Prediction center. The main threat right now looks to be damaging winds, but hail and isolated tornadoes cannot be ruled out at this time. There are plenty of questions with this threat, so keep it will be important to keep checking back for the latest forecast modifications. More showers and storms will be likely and will play a key role in how our afternoon plays out.
From there, we will be a bit cooler through the rest of the week with temperatures riding the roller coaster up and down the thermometer.
Warm & breezy
Plenty of sunshine
A few clouds
Clouds moving in
Showers & storms early
Afternoon severe weather threat
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