Dry, sunny and warm for most Tuesday
Temperatures by Tuesday morning fell to the middle 50s for some of the coolest temperatures we’ve seen since about May 27th. That, paired with recent moisture in some areas, allowed fog to develop in some areas before burning off.
Tuesday is largely expected to be dry, sunny and warm for just about everyone. The chances for a pop-up shower or storm aren’t completely zero, but they are very low compared to days past. Anything that does form will be short-lived with activity calming after sunset.
Highs will be warm and in the lower 90s for the next couple of days, especially. By Wednesday, an incoming “back-door” cold front will be moving in, sending temperatures soaring ahead of it.
We’ll likely see our warmest weather by Wednesday afternoon. Then, with the timing of the front, scattered activity will develop into the evening with a chance for isolated storms to be severe.
Meanwhile, temperatures will hang out in the middle and upper 80s while the front is nearby. Then, another “good, old-fashioned” front comes knocking by Saturday. By then, better chances for widespread rain looks to come for the first half of the weekend.
Very pleasant weather will stay with us for the second half of the weekend into early next week with highs in the upper 70s and lower 80s, closer to where we should be for early June.