While there could be a thunderstorm in a few spots this afternoon or evening, the bulk of today’s late activity should occur north of the Mason-Dixon Line where most of the energy is concentrated. We are going to stay warm and humid with partly cloudy skies into the overnight with lows in the mid 60s.
The May Heat Wave is beginning to “make itself at home” in our neighborhood and should stick around through at least Saturday with high temps soaring into the 90s along with moderately high humidity making things feel even hotter. I expect the hot and humid weather will break down by Monday as a cold front is forecast to move through either late Sunday night or early Monday. It is possible for a few strong thunderstorms to fire-up Sunday afternoon and evening out ahead of this front. After it passes, temps will return to near normal for early June. #mdwx