Good Tuesday to one and all. We have another rather steamy day across the state, but changes are about ready to blow in. These changes mean storms before cooler air starts to take more control of the pattern.
Let’s begin with today and roll forward. Skies will be partly sunny with temps back into the mid to upper 80s. Winds will be gusty and could help blow up a thunderstorm or two. Much of this action looks fairly isolated, but here are your radars to track anything that goes up:
As a cold front sinks closer to the region from the northwest on Wednesday, a few rounds of showers and storms should be able to dive in from the west and northwest. This could bring strong to severe storms for some. Here’s the Severe Weather Outlook from the Storm Prediction Center:
That front won’t actually move in until later Thursday as scattered showers and thunderstorms continue. Cooler temps will move in behind that as we start the month of June. Another front will try to follow that up by late this weekend or early next week.
The overall trend showing up is for more of a trough to develop across the eastern half of the country. Check out the view on the European for the middle of next week:
Make it a great day and take care.