Good Sunday, everyone. We are coming off a sensational Saturday, but our Sunday is looking a bit different. Rounds of showers and thunderstorms are firing back up and will really ramp up over the next few days. That action will be ahead of another fall cold front set to move in here on Tuesday.
Today starts dry with temps in the upper 50s to low 60s. Clouds will quickly thicken with showers and storms going up this afternoon and evening. The best chance is across western and central parts of the state as a strong southwesterly moisture flow kicks in. Here are your radars to get you through the day:
Showers and thunderstorms really begin to increase overnight into Monday as our flow from the Gulf gets established:
Locally heavy rainfall is very likely with this kind of a setup and local high water issues can’t be ruled out, especially in the central and western parts of the state.
Our cold front arrives from the northwest late Tuesday and keeps showing and storms going ahead of it:
Temps on Monday may not get out of the 60s for areas getting in on a lot of clouds and rain. Temps hit the upper 70s to around 80 ahead of the front on Tuesday, but those numbers drop once it passes through. From late Wednesday through Friday looks absolutely gorgeous with lows deep in the 50s and highs mainly in the 70s.
The next front is a little slower to arrive and now threatens to bring a few showers and storms with it late Saturday or early Sunday:
That’s another blast of cool air coming in behind that system through Labor Day.
Have a great Saturday and take care.