Warming up with t-storms by mid-week

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We will have one more sunny, warm day with low humidity before a mid-week weather pattern change. Ahead of our next cold front temperatures and humidity will rise. We'll also see an increased chance for scattered t-storms as the next system crosses the state. Up to a half-inch of rain will be likely before dry weather returns later in the week.


So far this has been a warm, wet summer.


Expect a cool morning at the bus stop.


We'll have a dry Tuesday.


Scattered t-storms are likely Wednesday.

Regional Front Map1

Scattered t-storms will end as the cold front passes Thursday night.

4-Day QPF

Up to a half-inch of rain is likely this week.

Regional Front Map2

Dry weather returns Friday.

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