Definitely have a jacket before heading out the door! We are having a chilly start to the morning with temperatures in the 50s and upper 40s. We will warm our temperatures into the 60s at around the lunchtime hour. Our highs today will still be considered below average in the upper 60s and lower-mid 70s. Throughout the day, clouds will begin to increase and thicken as our next weather system approaches. We should be dry for the majority of our Wednesday, but in the evening rain showers will likely return. May hear a few rumbles of thunder in the later evening. Scattered showers will continue overnight and once again we will have our temperatures in the lower-middle 50s.
A cold front slices through us tomorrow allowing Thursday and Friday’s highs to only reach into the middle-upper 60s. This cold front will help to fuel some thunderstorms that we could see in the morning and a few more in the later afternoon-evening. Mostly cloudy skies and cooler temperatures should not allow these thunderstorms to gain severity, but we could still witness heavy rain and gusty winds.
Looking ahead at Friday, high pressure builds back in allowing us to be dry. Heading into Saturday we may have a few pop up showers. Sunday (Father’s Day) looks to be the best chance to see rain showers for our weekend and even a few thunderstorms can’t be ruled out. Temperatures look to be back to normal for the weekend.