Tonight – Increasing Humidity
Warm and humid air will continue to stream in from the south.
Monday – Increasing Clouds, Humidity – Early 62° High 80°
South winds will raise dew points through the 50°s, which means increasing humidity. Clouds should keep temps down.
Rain chances increase after dark, but they look pretty slim.
Tuesday – Off & On Rainy, PM Storms Possible – Early 62° High 81°
A steady south wind will push dew points past 60°.
Rain chances begin very early Tuesday morning, and last all day. Rain appears more likely after noon than before.
Stronger storm dynamics should be west of us. The models, however, still show thunderstormability
and even severe weather potential.
As usual, you can find a model to fit any pro or anti storm bias. In general, this looks to us like a low-end storm concern. The models do not display consensus, so we will shy away from certainty.
The Storm Prediction Center has us down for this, which makes sense to us.
Rest of the Week — South Winds, High Humidity, Rain Chances
A cold front won’t arrive until Thursday night, so until then, we have to mention rain chances. The next best chance of rain/storms is Thursday night.
And, the pollen…
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