Good Sunday and Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there. Our big day for dad is dealing with some typical summertime heat and humidity that will carry us into Monday. This will lead us back into a stormy setup for the week ahead of us.
Let’s begin with today and roll forward.
Highs will generally range from the upper 80s to low 90s, with a heat index in the middle 90s. Areas just to our north and west will see heat index temps much hotter than that. Isolated showers and storms may also try to pop:
Monday is another steamy day with highs around 90, but there is a better shot at scattered showers and storms going up. That action will really increase as we head into Tuesday and Wednesday, when a cold front moves in from the north.
This front will slow down right on top of us, leading to rounds of showers and storm. We may see a wave of low pressure developing along the boundary by late week. I that’s the case, more showers and storms rumble across our region.
Here’s the Canadian:
The GFS also shows something similar:
Locally heavy rains will be a good bet for the week ahead. Temps will come way down during this time.
Make it a great Father’s Day and take care.