We do see dewpoints gradually come up today, and with a more southerly wind flow will certainly be more uncomfortable for us with dewpoints around 70. With the higher dewpoints around today and out ahead of the next front and trough, we will have more numerous showers and storms popping up this afternoon as well. The best chance or first place to see activity may be N/W but by later afternoon and evening everyone across the region can get in on the act of having some showers and storms around and that threat continues right on into tonight as the first front pushes towards the area. There is more or less a dual front around this vigorous upper low diving into the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest with the first getting to our west by tonight and Monday and the 2nd more potent and stronger cold front eventually catching up to the first one… and then sweeping through the area by the middle of the week. It is bringing a fairly cool/dry air mass by Wed/Thurs.