MONDAY: A few spot sprinkles will be possible this morning, but the more threatening setup will take shape this afternoon. A frontal boundary will move in, and if it can fire up storms, they could become severe. Large hail and damaging winds will be the primary threats, and anytime after 4 PM storms will need to be watched. Highs will make it into the upper 70’s and low 80’s. For a little more insight and details on what to expect with the storms, head over to the Insider Blog.
TONIGHT: Showers and storms will stick around. The threat for severe weather will diminish after about 3-4 AM, but a few rumbles will still be possible. Lows fall into the middle 50’s.
EXTENDED: We’ll be on the other side of the front Tuesday. That means no threat for severe weather, but the rain will linger throughout the day. It also means we’ll be much colder, with highs struggling to get back to 60. Those low 60’s will hold into Wednesday as we dry out but we’ll pick up another chance for showers Thursday. Doesn’t look like anything threatening at this point, but could dampen spirits at True/False. Friday we catch another break from the rain before another storms system moves in for the weekend. We’ll hang onto the 60’s throughout the week.