A line of showers rolls in from the NW Monday evening, and will result in a wet Tuesday, with mainly light rain expected across the area, although a few areas of moderate or heavy rain could be embedded in the line. As of now, I’m not expecting any severe weather to come as a result of this line of showers, although some thunderstorms are likely Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will be a bit warmer than Monday, with highs around the normal mark in the upper 60s to lower 70s. In general, it looks like rainfall amounts will be a couple tenths of an inch across most of the state, but some areas that get into the area of moderate rain or are under developing convection could see quite a bit more, with amounts of an inch or so not out of the question in any thunderstorms that do develop.
We finally got some rain yesterday, providing a bit of much needed relief, and thankfully, while we don’t have any huge storms in the forecast, we do have some more chances at getting some of the wet stuff into the state in the next few days.
For today, we’ll have another summer-like day, with high temperatures in the lower 80s, and partly sunny skies. Today will be the warmest day of the forecast period, so if you’re looking for a taste of summer, make sure to get out there this afternoon and enjoy the warmth!
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