Monday Evening May 21st – Staying Warm & Dry for Another Day

Good Monday evening, everyone. After dealing with several bouts of rain and strong to severe t-storms this weekend, it was nice to have a quiet & dry Monday across the area. It was still a warm day with highs back into the upper 70s and lower 80s. We’ve had quiet skies all day long and we’ll keep it that way going into tonight. Therefore, we won’t have any worries popping up on the radar below…

With that said, we’re still trying to dry out from all the rain we’ve picked up over the weekend. With rain still on the ground waiting to be evaporated, we’ll have some fog developing late tonight and into Tuesday morning…

After we start Tuesday morning with lower 60s and some possible dense fog, we’ll see the sky turn partly sunny throughout the day…

The returning sun and light breeze means temperatures will respond by warming up. Look for afternoon highs Tuesday in the middle 80s…

Our weather setup will stay quiet going into Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, but we’ll have another shot for possibly dense fog by then. We’ll go back to partly sunny skies for most of the day Wednesday with highs pushing back into the middle 80s…

By Wednesday, though, we’ll have our front return once again. It came through yesterday as a cold front and it’ll lift back in from the south as a warm front…

It’s not a well-organized front, but it’ll work with the moisture and warmth in place to bring pop-up scattered t-storms back into the picture. Those t-storm chances should return by Wednesday afternoon…

We’ll continue to have multiple disturbances lining up and passing through going into the coming holiday weekend. That means while we stay warm, we’ll have to deal with pop-up t-storms through that time period. For now, we don’t see an organized severe threat until the middle of next week. Still, we’ll keep an eye on the t-storm chances for the rest of the week. Don’t forget that Doug has your long range forecast and latest thoughts on the pattern over at headypattern.com

Have a good evening and a great Tuesday!

Nick

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