Clouds will continue to increase through the day as a cold front approaches the area from the west. Afternoon highs will top out in the middle to upper 70s once again today, with a few 80’s across the southern counties.
Although it won’t be out of the question to see a few raindrops across the far northwest counties late this afternoon, most locations should remain dry today.
Shower activity will increase overnight tonight through the morning on Tuesday as a surface cold front moves through the area.
With the incoming system, we’ll have some instability to work with out ahead of the front as dewpoints rise into the low to mid 60’s.
We just won’t have the upper support and shear necessary to sustain updrafts and support significant thunderstorm development.
If we do see any stronger storms, they could product some small hail with cold temperatures aloft and gusty winds…but that’s all we’ll highlight at this time.