The next three days will feature temperatures around or above 90, and higher humidity will make it feel even warmer.
A much drier Tuesday greeted us during the morning, and those nice west winds really dried us out from the heavy storms of Monday night.
Severe strong thunderstorms crossed the region this evening prompting warnings and watches all across the state. A front will cross the area tomorrow, which will likely kick up a few more showers and perhaps an isolated thunderstorm as well.
OK welcome to Monday, and welcome back to warm/hot humid conditions, and a good chance of zesty t-storms later on today.
Today will be a really nice end to the weekend with high pressure sliding just off the coast.
With a frontal boundary to our north, temps have already made it into the mid 80s this afternoon. Radar has definitely become more active since our noon show today, with showers and t-storms popping up across the region.
Well, the alerts are flying this AM… enough rain expected that at noon, flooding advisories will go into effect through tomorrow morning.
A cooler Friday across the region, as a weak front passed south of us last night. Lower humidity during the morning made for a very pleasant start for the day.
Another day of unseasonably warm and humid conditions for May all across the region. There were a few widely scattered showers and some t-showers that did develop in a few spots, but most stayed dry.
A shower or t-storm will be possible throughout the afternoon and evening.
After a near perfect Wednesday with cool pleasant temperatures and plenty of sunshine, big changes are on tap tomorrow.
A big change will be felt all across the region the next few days, as drier and cooler air moves our way.