06/14 Ryan’s “Mostly Clear” Monday Night Forecast

Yesterday was more active as showers and thunderstorms moved about, but now things are mostly clear…mostly. A few clouds will linger through the night, and we’ll see more light fog, but it is starting to cool and dry. That means don’t expect anything through the night, with a low near 74 and mostly clear skies. Tomorrow afternoon will be one of the warmest we’ve seen so far this year, high up to 92 degrees with mostly cloudy skies.

The humidity will remain high, bringing the heat index into the 100-105 degree range and at least a few afternoon showers.

Those showers will be solely due to daytime heating if they form, which it seems they’ll struggle to do with upper level dry air in place. If any do form though, they could “overachieve,” so a marginal risk of severe weather has been issued. The middle of the week will be sunny, dry, and slightly cooler…though a developing tropical system may be moving in for the weekend.