Good Saturday to one and all. For the second weekend in a row, the forecast is looking much better compared the days leading up to it. We will see the nice conditions slowly taking control later today and lasting through Sunday.
Once past the weekend, more storms rumble into the region.
Let’s start with today and roll ahead. Temps will be in the pleasant 80s as humidity levels slowly come down. Scattered showers and thunderstorms may be noted early today, especially in the south and southeast.
Sunday will feature low 60s to start with mid and upper 80s to end. The big news comes from the sky. That’s because nothing will actually be coming from the sky. Enjoy it.
Rounds of thunderstorms get ready to five back in from the northwest late Monday into Tuesday:
A few of those storms could be on the strong side.
Temps come back down for the middle of the week, but a steamy pattern is on the way late next week into the following weekend. The numbers should average above normal for much of the country:
Even with the core of the heat staying away from us, we could see the hottest air of the year for a few days.
Enjoy your Saturday and take care.