Good Monday, everyone. It’s another cool and gloomy day across the Commonwealth, but better times are ahead. Temps will slowly warm through the week and may head to above normal by later in the week into the weekend.
Before we get to the warmer weather, we still have a little ugly to go through. Highs out there today will struggle to get to 60 degrees for many as skies stay mostly cloudy. A few gusty showers will also show up in response to another system diving in from the northwest. Here are you Monday rain tracking radars:
Tuesday’s sky will be brighter with temps back into the 60s for highs. The day may actually start with temps around 40 in a few spots.
Another system moves in from the northwest on Wednesday, touching off a few showers and thunderstorms:
Warm and humid air looks to try and surge in here behind that later this week:
A few rounds of showers and thunderstorms may be roaming around on the leading edge of those summer numbers:
That warm and juicy air pushes in for the weekend as another front drops in from the northwest. That may really set us up with a stormy pattern later in the weekend into next week:
There’s a little late May of 2004 look to the upcoming pattern. That was a super quiet severe weather season until things went boom late in May.
Have a happy Monday and take care.