Aside from a stray passing cloud or two, mainly clear conditions will once again be the case tonight. Overnight lows are expected to drop off into the upper 50s, leading into Mother’s Day.
Sunshine will continue to reign supreme for any of your Mother’s Day plans tomorrow, however it will be a bit on the breezy side again. Southerly winds will range from 10 to 20 mph already by tomorrow morning, and lasting through the day. The sunny and breezy conditions will allow us to warm up even more so for tomorrow, with highs easily cracking into the mid to upper 80s.
The warm up continues to kick off the brand new work and school week on Monday. High temperatures are expected to flirt with that 90 degree mark, but those southerly winds will now be filtering in even more humid air. It won’t be overly muggy, but humid enough for the heat index to make it feel as if it’s in the low 90s at times on Monday. Those warmer temperatures will go along with mostly sunny skies.
Storm chances look to still move in Tuesday evening, but latest model runs are pulling back slightly on that chance of stormy weather. That’s due to the models now hinting at the dryline (front that separates humid air from dry, and serves as a common trigger for storm initiation) being stuck off to our west. It’s something the whole KSNT Storm Track team will keep a close eye on as it draws closer.
Mainly dry conditions are expected to briefly return on Wednesday, with shower and storm chances moving right back in for Thursday and Friday. Highs are expected to top out in the 80s for much of the week ahead, before we cool back down into the 70s leading into next weekend.