Another cloudy and wet day in store for us as a stationary front continues to meander across the area providing continuing chances for showers and thunderstorms especially during the afternoon hours. We will have a few dry hours in-between the areas of rain but don't expect much in the way of sunshine today. Plentiful moisture will be present across the region meaning any storms that do move through will be very efficient at putting down a good amount of rainfall. Temperatures will be warmer as we should push past the 70 degree mark this afternoon.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms will remain possible during the evening hours with a mild night ahead as lows only drop into the upper 50s.
Wednesday will be much warmer as a warm front approaches the area sending temperatures surging to near 80 degrees. We may manage to sneak a bit of sunshine in at times however any instability could lead to some stronger thunderstorms by Wednesday evening as a cold front begins to progress through the area. Right now the Storm Prediction Center has the area in a level 2 or SLIGHT RISK for severe weather late Wednesday as some ingredients may come together to produce some stronger storms by late evening. This is something we will continue to monitor over the next 24 hours.
Things dry out by Thursday behind the front with temperatures falling back to near 70 degrees. More rain chances enter the picture for Friday with a very chilly start to the weekend the way it looks right now.
Have a great Tuesday!