Good Wednesday to one and all. It’s the last in a long line of ugly weather days as a much better pattern kicks in. This is going to bring an early taste of summer temps our way later this week into the weekend. It’s a warm pattern that looks to be setting up shop for the long haul.
As our warm front swings through today, clouds and showers will be noted. Some areas can see temps held way down, but the numbers climb south of the front with readings deep into the 60s. Here are your radars to track the showers:
Temps tonight will pretty much hold in the 50s as southerly winds kick in. That leads us into a super warm Thursday and Friday with upper 70s to lower 80s:
Those numbers really climb this weekend and should reach the lower and middle 80s for much of the state:
Humidity levels will also be up there, bringing us a little bit of a muggy feel. That increase in humidity could spawn a few rounds of showers and thunderstorms from Friday through the weekend:
Some strong storms will be possible during that time.
After a small dip early in the week, the pattern for the middle and end of next week can get super warm as a ridge builds across the eastern part of the country:
Temps can make a run at 90 at some point next week.
Enjoy the day and take care.