TONIGHT: We’re continuing to track moisture streaming into the region overnight. That will help fire off the chance for a few spot showers overnight. Eventually, energy left over from overnight storms in Kansas will push eastward through the morning lead to spotty thunderstorm development between 6am-11am Monday.
MONDAY: You’ll want to keep the umbrella handy as you’re headed out the door in the morning. Some of the thundershowers tomorrow morning may feature some small hail as well. These storms will very likely be below severe limits. The rest of the day will be dry before another round of showers builds back in after dark.
EXTENDED: Another bubble of low pressure looks to arrive later Tuesday afternoon. It will have plenty of moisture with it, so clouds will be likely, but atmospheric lift, which helps generate rainfall, will be weakening as it approaches. We can expect some light rain showers late morning into the afternoon Tuesday for much of the area. Some spotty rain chances are possible Wednesday. Thankfully temperatures continue to behave.
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