6/6 – Night Rob’s “Real-Feel Temperatures To RISE” Monday Evening Forecast
A true summer-like pattern is in progress this Monday, and it’s here to stay through the work week. Humidity is already on the rise compared to the relatively dry air we had over the weekend, and that too will increase.
We’ll have a 20% chance of those isolated storm this evening, but chances will dwindle Tuesday and Wednesday as high pressure builds a bit. This does not mean drier air. In fact, we’ll have elevated night and daytime temperatures through the week, with humid conditions at the same time. The high will break down a bit by Thursday, introducing a slight chance of scattered storms that day, with increasing chances Friday and Saturday as a cold front draws closer. Saturday could actually have widespread storms before we cool and dry slightly for Sunday.
Real-feel temps will rise from the upper 90s Tuesday to about 100 on Wednesday. They will peak Thursday and Friday in the 100-105 range…the hottest so far this season.
Friday through the weekend will be far more active as we will move under northwest flow. Each disturbance will be capable of producing storms.