Showers and storms start to show back up

Good Sunday, folks. Our weekend has been nothing short of amazing, but an increase in thunderstorms is slowly returning. A few of those storms will fire up later today, with much better chances coming in the days ahead.

Highs for your Sunday will generally be in the low and middle 80s. Watch for an increase in scattered storms this afternoon and evening, especially across the western half of the state. Here are your Sunday storm trackers to follow the scattered stuff:

Showers and storms will increase on Monday, with the potential for a few strong storms and torrential rains:

You can see Chris spinning off the east coast at the same time. That system should get shunted to the north and northeast:

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Guess what is pushing that away from the coast? Another cold front dropping into the eastern half of the country. This front slides in here late Tuesday with strong storms ahead of it and pleasant air behind it:

Wednesday and Thursday are likely below normal once again.

Seasonal temps return for next weekend, but there continues to be a strong indication of a deepening trough taking control of much of the country after that:

If that’s the case, below normal temperatures would become more common for a lot of real estate:

That’s a pattern the seasonal models have been signaling for a while now and fits the analog years of a developing El Nino.

Have a sensational Sunday and take care.

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