Dense fog is already developing across the region this evening.
It will remain warm tonight with temperatures staying in the 60s. Tomorrow will be very warm, above normal for this time of the year, with highs reaching the mid to upper 70s. It will feel muggy as winds out of the south bring in moisture off the Gulf of Mexico ahead of a strong cold front. Ahead of that approaching cold front, showers and thunderstorms are expected tomorrow night. Some of these storms may be strong or severe.
The Storm Prediction Center has most of our area under a Slight Risk for severe weather, which is a level two out of five on their scale. The main threat will be damaging wind gusts of 60 miles per hour or more although a brief tornado cannot be ruled out. Make sure you have multiple ways to receive weather alerts, and make sure you have a way to receive warnings that can wake you up as this round of storms will likely move through overnight.
After the rain clears out a strong cold front will push through. There will be a nearly 20-degree difference between the daytime high temperature on Monday and Tuesday. On Tuesday, highs will only top out in the mid 50s and winds will be breezy out of the north. Low temperatures will drop into the lower 30s for a couple nights during the middle of the week. A light freeze is possible Wednesday and Thursday mornings.