The week won’t be as wet as last week but we will see scattered showers every day but Tuesday and Thursday. Today will top out in the mid to upper 60’s with scattered showers lasting until early evening. A few peaks of sun are possible, but don’t expect more than a few minutes here and there.
Why all the nasty weather? As a Low pressure center over Michigan continues to move east, the associated cold front will push through our area, providing lift for the scattered showers. The cold front will be well past the area by tonight, clearing things out. But gusty conditions will move in behind the front.
Tuesday will be one of the better days this week with sunny skies and highs in upper 60’s. Unfortunately, it will be quite windy with gusts as high as 25 mph. Rain and storms will move back into the region late Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning. Nothing is expected to be severe. The NAM 4 km simulated reflectivity shows isolated showers and storms beginning to push into the region between 7 pm and 9 pm.
More scattered showers are possible Wednesday into Wednesday night. It won’t be an all day kind of rain, but it will keep the skies rather cloudy and temperatures in the upper 60’s once again. There is no real flooding concerns this week except under a heavier shower. The WPC shows the potential for around an additional half inch of rain to fall through Friday.
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