Welcome to your Monday...I trust you've had a restful weekend. I'm just entering the back half of 12 days in a row at work :-) see you bright and early.
Today will be a quieter day compared to the storms that rolled through last night. Enjoy some sunshine with pleasant temperatures in the 70s. Normally this would be well above normal, but let's just say we've gotten pretty used to this kind of weather.
Our next round of showers will be arriving on Tuesday. It's what used to be modeled as a grand storm of significant proportions that has since been modified and diminished to the more mundane thing we see now.
|GFS - Tuesday Morning|
Not a lot going on there, but you do see a huge lift in the temperature contours (the black and read lines on the map)... We'll get to the warmest numbers we'll see all week on Tuesday, especially if those showers don't slip in any sooner. Note the cool-down to follow already visible on the above map as well.
|GFS - Hi Temps - Tuesday||GFS - Hi Temps - Wednesday|
At the rate we're going, pretty soon dropping back to the 60s will start to feel cold!
Severe weather not going to be a threat locally today, so here are your maps for the day :-)
|Regional Radar/Satellite with Warnings Tracking||
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Have a great day everyone!