Temperatures warm to the low 80s around the area with some low clouds developing as we approach lunchtime. There is a surface cold front on the way that will pass through late this evening.
The Storm Prediction Center has put us under a marginal risk for today. The main threat will be damaging winds up to 50 mph.
Just ahead of the front – dew points will be in the upper 50s to low 60s as southerly winds bring in moisture from the Gulf of Mexico. There is a chance we will see some isolated showers and thunderstorms ahead of the line of showers.
Hour by Hour:
7:00 PM – 71°
The line of showers with thunderstorms ahead of the front will be approaching our area.
9:00 PM – 68°
We will start to see the line of showers move through. Winds will pick up a bit in the evening while front passes through.
11:00 PM – 62°
The line of showers will loss its steam once it passes over us. Winds will begin to shift from out of the south to out of the north. Dry air will be filtering in and dew points will then decrease.
Waking up on Tuesday temperatures will be in the low 50s around our area with dew points in the upper 40s to low 50s. It will be a chilly morning with a partly cloudy sky.
The high temperature on Tuesday will be 74°. By the afternoon, clouds will filter out and we will be left with a mostly sunny sky. Overall pleasant Tuesday is in store for us!
Surface high pressure will move in after the front, which will keep us dry for the next couple of days.
Nice conditions continue on Wednesday. We will warm up slightly with a high at 76° in the afternoon under a sunny sky.
Extended: Clouds will increase Thursday evening ahead of another cold front. Rain chances will increases Thursday evening into Friday morning. Dew points will decreases rapidly into the upper 30s by Saturday morning. Expect below normal temperatures for the weekend.
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