Good Sunday, everyone. A cold front moved into the state last night and is in the process of becoming stationary. The showers and storms with this front underachieved on Saturday and that’s one of the few times that’s happened this summer. Will we find the same kind of dry luck today?
With the front dissecting the state from west to east… the greatest concentration of showers and storms today should be across the southern half of the state. The stuff across the north should be more scattered in nature. Here’s a look:
For those getting in on the stronger storms today, locally heavy rain and a ton of lightning will be likely. Here’s your daily dose of radars:
The flow this week will find the jet stream taking a dip into the eastern half of the country with the heat pushed out to the west:
That setup will give us periodic systems diving in from the northwest. That means rounds of showers and thunderstorms will have to be dealt with for the upcoming week. It also means thermometers will run normal to below normal into next weekend.
Make it a great Sunday and take care.