Good Sunday, everyone. High humidity and very warm air are combining to give us a middle-of-May feel out there. In addition to the muggy air, a scattering of showers and thunderstorms fills the air.
The current setup is pulling up the warm and moist air from the Gulf of Mexico. Throw in an area of low pressure spinning across the Ohio Valley into Wednesday, and you get scattered showers and storms.
It’s not going to rain all the time, but some notable rain totals will be possible:
Once that system zips by to our northeast, we turn our attention toward another front barreling in from the west. That arrives Wednesday, with chillier air blowing into the region.
Temps ahead of that front may really take off Tuesday. If we get enough sunshine, high-temperature records might fall:
Once the chillier air moves in, we will have to watch a developing storm system for next weekend. The track of that system has been all over the place on the models. The latest European model now has this just to our northwest:
Depending on where that goes, a touch of wintertime could be in store for our part of the world.
Until then, it’s all about the spring weather. I have you all set to track it:
Enjoy your day and take care.