Late Sunday PM June 3rd – Warm Start to the New Work Week

Good late Sunday evening, everyone. What a difference a day makes. Our Saturday was another warm and muggy day ahead of a cold front. That helped to trigger some isolated t-storms as it passed through. Behind the front, we spent the day with mostly sunny skies from start to finish. On top of that, we had a drier air mass in place. Even though it was warm again today with highs in the lower to middle 80s, we had our dew points in the middle to upper 50s. That’s a MUCH MORE COMFORTABLE air mass for any outdoor plans. Thankfully, we’ll stay quiet tonight on the radar below…

Even though Monday is looking quiet during the day, I’m tracking an upper level disturbance that could trigger some isolated t-storms late in the day and into Monday night/Tuesday morning. Once we get past that, I’m watching the upper level ridge build back in with more heat and humidity to go along with it. Everything is timed and spelled out for you in the updated forecast below…

Don’t forget that Doug has you covered with his long-range forecast and latest thoughts on the pattern over at

Have a good night and a great Monday!


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