The pick of the week weather-wise? TODAY.
No concerns as high pressure remains in control and temps soar to near 80 with loads of spring sunshine.
Overnight we’ll begin to see some clouds increase from a thunderstorm complex to our west. We’ll stay dry and mild overnight with lows in the 50s.
By daybreak, clouds will increase and a decaying line of showers and storms will move in from the west.
I have my doubts as to how far east this line makes it–likely not much to write home about locally–but this will set the stage for some midday clearing and another potential round of storms later in the day. If we see some sunshine and temps soar to near (or above) 80, we’ll have enough instability to spark some thunderstorms which could be on the strong side. Timing would be after 4pm through the 10pm hour or so.
Primary threat with any storms would be strong winds and some hail. The flood threat is rather low due to the quick-moving nature of this storm system–it doesn’t look to sit and linger for long. By Wednesday night into Thursday, cooler air and leftover clouds will move in bringing our temps back to more seasonable readings.
An early look at your Mother’s Day weekend shows a SHARP boundary over the area between warm, humid air and cool, almost cold air just to our north. We’ll likely have some kind of thunderstorm activity around between the 40s to the north and 80s to the south–where exactly that boundary sets up will fluctuate throughout the next few days so we’ll pin it down for you later this week!
We’ll be here for any storm updates you’ll need to know about Wednesday afternoon!