Another round of showers and thunderstorms

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More showers and thunderstorms bubble up along a front Wednesday afternoon.






Dew point temperatures drop Wednesday night, meaning humidity levels fall.

A potent cold front is approaching the region, bringing cooler and less humid air behind it. Before that happens, we’ll have another day of showers and thunderstorms. This morning, the region is seeing a break overall. There will be some spotty showers and plenty of foggy spots. As the cold front inches closer, showers and thunderstorms build through the afternoon. Some locally heavy downpours are possible once again in spots. A few thunderstorms could produce strong, gusty winds, mainly along the eastern half of the area. Highs are in the lower to middle 80s, with the soupy feel lasting. Showers dwindle through the evening, and clearing takes place overnight as the front slowly exits.




Behind the cold front, a much cooler and less humid air mass plows into the region. Highs are contained to the 70s on Wednesday under a mixture of clouds and sunshine. Temperatures remain below average Thursday, near 80 degrees. The sunshine also continues. Friday we warm into the lower 80s area wide, but the clouds begin to build. A shower or two could roll in late in the day. Expect cool and comfortable mornings too!




By Saturday, the warmth and humidity returns along with our thunderstorm chances. Sunday looks unsettled too, with a better chance for showers and thunderstorms. Highs are in the lower to middle 80s through the weekend. Monday dries out, and we warm into the middle to upper 80s.



Have a great Tuesday!

-Andrea Michaels