Good Sunday evening to you everyone! After a rather uneventful weekend and a beautiful spring-like Sunday, our weather begins to turn a bit more active as we begin the workweek!
A frontal boundary to our southwest will be the focus for showers and a few storms to develop overnight into the early morning hours Monday. Here is what the radar may look like around 4am:
You can see an area of showers and storms develops to our southwest and may clip portions of NWI during the early morning hours. As this frontal boundary remains closeby tomorrow morning, additional showers and storms may fire during your Monday morning:
While we’re not expecting widespread severe weather, some of these storms may be hail producers to our southwest. Our setup in the Region isn’t very conducive for these storms compared to southwest of us, but we’ll need to keep an eye on them as they may brush the area. Most of the activity will be your general shower and storm activity locally.
Colder air from the north will begin to filter in tomorrow night as high pressure settles in bringing a 48 hour period of colder, but relatively quiet conditions.
Remember that surge of warmth ahead of a storm system we hinted at last week? It still looks very much on track for Friday–and some stronger storms cannot be ruled out as a dynamic storm system develops. We’ll have your updates all week long!
Enjoy your Sunday night!