If you like the heat, lower than seasonal dew points, and lots of sun, then buddy, today is your day.
I have a close friend named Fulton, we love to fish together, although we don’t do it often enough. If there was ever a day to go fishing with a friend of yours, then buddy, today is your day. Here’s a limit of walleye from Minnesota we caught in 2016.
Of course, fishing trips end…
Clouds set in later this afternoon. Metaphorically, our good time ends overnight tonight.
The NWS forecast puts a chance of storms in the grids starting at noon on Monday. Monday, temps will rise along with humidity. The AFD from overnight says that a frontal system work its way east and several shortwave disturbances will set off random summertime popup showers and storms. We expect sub-severe storms, but some could have gusty winds and small hail. Here’s the HRRR for tomorrow afternoon.
The further we get into the week the higher our storm chances get. Random popup storm chances will exist Tuesday, and a cool front approaches on Wednesday and brings another more organized chance of sub-severe but stormy weather. I think it will wind up being a few days of whack a mole frog stranglers that cause you to not have to water your garden that day if you’re lucky. We’ll keep an eye on any changes as new models and forecasts come in today and tomorrow.
Weather changes constantly.
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