Today the blue skies will continue with the toasty summer feel. High temperatures will be near average (like the weekend) with slight humidity. Yet, to the west, there will be storms popping up into the evening. This will then bring the chance for strong to severe storms Tuesday in our backyard.
Strong to severe storms Tuesday…
Out the door tomorrow, leftover thunderstorms will be possible from westerly strong storms Monday night. Early round one storms do not seem to pose a severe threat. But, there could be a chance for a cell or two that could include severe potential (hail, gusty winds, and lightning). Then a potential break in the storms is possible. Yet, that will only allow for the chance for stronger re-development into the afternoon.
Along the cold front, if storm are able to find that instability, storms will develop quickly. The strong to severe storms Tuesday will move in near or after the evening commute. Damaging winds, large hail, brief downpours, and isolated tornadoes are all possible within the storms tomorrow. Keep yourself weather aware, especially into the afternoon.
Tapering off rain with "cooler" temperatures…
With showers chances for much of Tuesday, temperatures will stay below average. Yet, highs will still flirt with the 80-degree mark. As showers linger into Wednesday the temperatures will be similar, but rain chances fall off by the afternoon Wednesday.
Even with temperatures remaining on the "cooler" side, it will not limit the humid feel. So make sure to keep the A/C on for much of the week. The most comfortable days will be Wednesday and Thursday. But then another round of heat and humidity will be all the talk into the weekend.
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-Stormtracker 19 Meteorologist Alyssa Triplett