We are dealing with patchy fog and drizzle this morning, as a cold front continues to push right over our viewing area. Temperatures have stayed in the mid/upper 60s, with clouds trapping in daytime heating from Sunday.
This frontal boundary will continue to push to the south into the afternoon. As it does, expect gradual clearing throughout the day, with more areas of sun into the afternoon. The front will be close enough to allow for scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon.
Luckily, severe weather will stay to our south, with main flooding concerns staying to our southwest. However, we could still see an isolated flooding threat from any storms that push over the same areas over and over again this afternoon. Especially after Sunday's soggy day.
Coverage of showers and storms will be lower than Sunday, as moisture availability will be limited. Temperatures will be back on the rise today, with highs in the 70s and 80s. Expect increasing clouds overnight, with a spotty shower possible. Lows will fall into the 60s.
The frontal boundary will stall to our south into Tuesday. Expect mostly cloudy skies and patchy fog Tuesday morning. The frontal boundary will be close enough to throw moisture our way into Tuesday afternoon, allowing for scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Shower chances will be greatest along and south of the highway 460 corridor through most of the day on Tuesday. Much like Monday, severe weather and flooding threats look to stay mainly to our south. If we do see a strong to severe storm, it will develop along our southern counties, along the highway 460 corridor.
Temperatures will again be in the 70s and 80s for Tuesday. Lows will fall into the 60s Tuesday night, with a stray shower possible.
Wednesday will bring a similar forecast as Tuesday, as the frontal boundary will stay stalled to our south. Highs will be in the 70s and 80s, with a few showers and storms developing into the afternoon.
Showers and storms will most likely develop along and south of the highway 460 corridor into Wednesday as well. Expect lows to fall into the 60s for Wednesday night, with a stray shower/storms possible.
The stalled boundary to our south will finally begin to travel further away from our viewing area into Thursday. Most temperatures look to push into the 80s on Thursday, with a isolated pop up shower or storm into the afternoon. Lows fall into the 60s.
We will be mainly dry for Friday and Independence Day, with a slim chance of a shower or storm into the afternoon. Highs will generally be in the 70s and 80s for both days. Make sure to apply the sunscreen into July 4th, but we do look to be mainly dry. Stay tuned!