Few strong storms Monday morning, More dry weather this week


An upper-level disturbance will cross into our region tonight. This has brought more clouds than sunshine to many areas this afternoon, with even a few showers moving mainly south of the city. Most areas will remain rain-free until late tonight when another round of scattered showers and thunderstorms move through early Monday morning, but still no widespread precipitation is anticipated. A few isolated storms can turn strong to severe with heavy downpours and strong winds early Monday morning. It will be a breezy start to the week, with winds gusting close to 30 mph. By Monday late afternoon/evening sunshine  will return.

Most of next week will be dry with just slightly above average temperatures. The chance for showers comes back into the forecast Thursday and sticks around through Saturday.

TONIGHT: Clouds increase with a Chance of Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms south of the city early. Another round of spotty thunderstorms arrives overnight, with some strong storms possible. Wind: SW 6-12, Low: 67-73.

MONDAY: A few Scattered Showers and Thunderstorms, some turning severe early, Otherwise very breezy with a mix of sun and clouds. High: 82-85, Low: 66.

TUESDAY: Sunny, comfortable, High: 82, Low: 64.

WEDNESDAY: Sunny & Warm, High: 85, Low: 67.

THURSDAY: Partly Sunny, chance of a shower or thunderstorm. High: 85, Low: 68.

FRIDAY: Partly Sunny, chance of a shower or thunderstorm, High: 82, Low: 65.

SATURDAY: Partly Sunny, chance of showers or thunderstorms. High: 81, Low: 64.

SUNDAY: Partly Sunny, High: 80.

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