Showers and storms continue to pass through the region as a warm front lifts into the state... This frontal boundary will be quite sluggish over the coming days, which will keep a chance for showers and storms in the forecast through mid-week. A few of these storms could be strong, but our severe weather threat is isolated in comparison to our past events. Temperatures in this time frame will be able to reach the low-mid 70s, with morning lows only in the low-mid 60s!
We’ll finally see some ridging Thursday into Friday as that warm front lifts north of the region, and this will help to hold most of the rain off again until a cold front swings through the state on Saturday. Although our rain chances aren’t that impressive with this system, temperatures will be much cooler behind this front... In fact, we’ll be going from highs in the 60s/70s through Saturday, to barely the low-mid 50s Sunday and Monday. Morning lows will also be tanking, dropping to near freezing by the end of the 7-day forecast! Stay tuned for continued updates regarding our upcoming cooldown.