After some early patchy fog and some moments of sunshine, clouds will win and we’re tracking PM showers and thunderstorms.
Showers can move in west to east as early as Noon-1PM but the heavier downpours and stronger thunderstorms are likely between 2-6PM. Watch for soaking downpours that can limit visbility and some of the stronger thunderstorms can turn severe with damaging wind gusts and large hail.
As we warm to the upper 70s ahead of the cold front, we’ll notice a cool down tonight. After we dry overnight-we’re back to the upper 40s and Monday will bring quite a chill! For June standards, tomorrow will be an easy 10-15 degrees cooler than average. Not only will we be cool but we’ll have winds gusting near 30-35 mph. Some showers return Monday afternoon into the evening. Tuesday will be mostly dry with a shower or two in the evening. Wednesday could be the wetter day of the 7 Day before some quick early showers Thursday. Warmer and brighter days are expected by the end of the week!