Sunny and warm today ahead of more showers, storms
Expect clear, cool conditions through your Monday morning. Temperatures begin in the mid-50s. Then through the day, abundant sunshine will warm temperatures into the lower and mid-80s. No rain is anticipated during the day. But additional clouds are likely later tonight. And a few spotty sprinkles or showers cannot be ruled out after sunset through midnight.
A few of those may continue into Tuesday morning with partly cloudy skies and lows near the low 60s. Through your Tuesday morning, clouds will increase even more. Then a few scattered showers and storms are possible into the afternoon. A few of these could be on the strong to severe side, producing hail and perhaps damaging wind. The tornado risk is likely very low. But we will be monitoring this potential in case it grows. Tuesday highs reach the upper 70s.
More storms are likely into Wednesday. Though rain chances may not be as great as Tuesday's. These storms could be a bit stronger, producing hail, damaging winds and perhaps an isolated tornado. Highs will be slightly warmer, likely into the mid-80s.
We will see some showers and storms on Thursday as well, bringing cooler temperatures. Highs should be in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Then cooler temperatures are likely into Friday with some spotty showers and highs in the mid-60s.
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