• Today: Sunny sky, warm & muggy, high 90
  • Tonight: Partly cloudy, warm, low 71
  • Monday: Warm and humid, p.m. rain & storms, high 89
  • Tuesday: Morning showers, clearing later, high 84
  • Wednesday: Sunny & seasonal, high 82
  • Thursday: Mostly sunny & cooler, high 78


Good morning and happy Sunday!

More sunshine is on the way today ahead of a wet start to the workweek.

A much more summerlike pattern returns today with higher heat and humidity. Early this morning, there are a few patchy areas of fog alongside seasonal lows in the low to mid 60s.

Sunshine will return in full force this afternoon and help high temperatures climb to around 90 degrees. Dew points will be in the mid to upper 60s, which means it will be more humid and temperatures will feel about 5 degrees warmer.

As we head toward the start of the workweek, another system will move in from the northwest. Ahead of this system on Monday, we’ll wake up to more warm and muggy conditions. These will be followed by scattered showers and thunderstorms Monday afternoon. Some of these thunderstorms could be strong to severe with strong wind gusts and locally heavy downpours as the primary concern.

Showers will continue Monday night into Tuesday morning along and ahead of a cold front. This front will cross the I-71 corridor Tuesday afternoon and will be followed by cooler and drier air.

A Canadian high pressure system will move in by the end of the week. This will add back sunshine and cooler temperatures will return Wednesday through Friday. By the weekend, high pressure will start to move east. This will keep around sunshine, and aid in a more seasonal boost in temperatures back to highs in the low to mid 80s.

Have a great rest of your weekend!