BLOG: Not Too Hot
High pressure has nosed itself down from the north, promoting a dry day across the region with some sunshine. As high pressure shifts eastward, the wind flow will turn more southwesterly tonight and tomorrow increasing the humidity ahead of the next storm system.
That storm will move into the area tomorrow afternoon with some showers and thunderstorms. The greatest chance for storms and possibly heavy rainfall may end up being tomorrow night. The storm pulls away to the east on Sunday, but there still could be a shower or thunderstorm lingering; especially during the morning. We may be able to squeeze out a dry day Monday, but another boundary could bring a shower or thunderstorm to the area later Monday or Monday night. We get a brief break again on Tuesday, then the threat for a shower or thunderstorm comes back in quickly on Wednesday.