Summer won’t go away

Good Monday to one and all. We are coming off an absolutely fantastic weekend that gave us a tough of fall weather. Well, don’t let it spoil you because summer is surging back in over the next few days.

Temps on our Monday will be back into the 80s with a touch more humidity joining the mix. Skies will be partly sunny, but there’s a slight chance for a shower or storm across the north.

Regional radar will show off whatever Mother Nature has left in the rain tank:

The sizzle really settles in on Tuesday with temps in the 90 degree range for many. There will be a small threat for a storm or two in the afternoon.

A better storm chance shows up by Wednesday as moisture streams in from the south. This is following a weakness in the atmosphere that appears to set up right over top of us. Obviously, we could use the rain, but this may also help us out in the temperature department.

The threat for a few storms will then be with us again on Thursday, with a greater threat by Friday. That’s when a potent cold front moves in from the west. This front may slow down over the region, but that largely depends on how strong a potential tropical system gets off the southeast coast:

The stronger that system, whether it’s classified or not, the better the chance that front puts the brakes on. If that’s the case, it would keep a few showers and storms going into the weekend.

The GFS shows our front slowing down:

The same model run then shows a much stronger cold front next week with a more impressive tropical system approaching the southeast again:

Have a great Monday and take care.

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