The cloud cover will continue to clear out of the region tonight, as temperatures take a tumble. Most of the region will bottom out in the 40s tonight, but there is the chance that our northwestern areas could fall as far as the upper 30s.
The clearing skies tonight will translate into a bounty of sunshine for tomorrow. That will allow temperatures to warm up to near and a couple degrees above that 70 degree mark. Clouds will increase for tomorrow night, helping to prevent temperatures from dropping quite as much with lows in the 50s.
The early morning hours of Monday could see some scattered showers and non-severe storms move through. The activity we see early Monday could hinder stronger storms as it’ll take out some of the energy from the atmosphere. However, if we squeeze out enough sunshine during the early afternoon, that could provide enough surface heating and instability to help some strong to possibly severe storms to develop during the evening hours as our next cold front pushes through. It’s a set-up that still bears watching, and our whole KSNT Storm Track team will continue to provide updates as we tweak that forecast four you.
Some lingering scattered showers could spill over into early Tuesday, but then a drier pattern settles in for the next few days beyond Tuesday. Temperatures will also be on the gradual climb as we’ll back into the upper 70s leading into next weekend.