I hope you enjoyed today’s weather because it’ll be the last sunny day we’ll see for several days! Expect the skies to remain mostly clear for the rest of the night, but significant cloud cover arrives as soon as 7 AM tomorrow.
BY 9 AM WE’LL SEE OUR FIRST SHOWERS, AND POTENTIALLY SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS BY NOON.
Overall this seems to be a widespread rain event after the warm front pushes through, but the area just to the northwest of us has the potential to see some increased shear which can lead to some supercells with tornado potential. The most likely threats appear to be heavy rains and moderate hail though. This front never truly passes through, and only pulls another system through by Monday night.
THAT MEANS FROM TOMORROW TO MONDAY WE’LL CONTINUE TO SEE WARM, HUMID WEATHER WITH SCATTERED SHOWERS AND ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS.
Thankfully the bad weather moves on by Tuesday, and we’ll enjoy sunny and clearer weather for quite some time.