Good Sunday, everyone. You knew our streak of gorgeous weather couldn’t last forever and it looks like the end is near. I’m tracking some big time changes for the week ahead. Those changes will take us into a colder than normal pattern for the rest of the month.
Small changes start today as a weak cold front moves into the state. This front will touch off isolated shower and thunderstorms for much of the region. A higher chance for showers and storms will be across the eastern part of the state. Our network of radars will help you track whatever is out there:
Highs today will be a little cooler than the past few days because of the clouds and isolated stuff.
Monday looks good with highs in the 70s and a mostly sunny skies. The BIG change begins on Tuesday as a cold front nears the area from the west. A scattering of showers and storms will develop from west to east.
The best threat for showers and storms will hold off until Wednesday. That’s when our cold front works into the region:
Some of the models develop a wave of low pressure along the front. If that happens, shower would continue into Thursday.
Either way… a blast of cold air moves in behind this front and takes us through the second half of the week. Highs may not get out of the 50s for a day or so.
The models are trying to bring a colder brand of air in here next weekend:
Have a great Sunday and take care.