Scattered showers are possible Monday. Meanwhile, temperatures remain near and below seasonable through the week.
Happy Monday! The morning will be warm and muggy with temperatures in the lower 70s. This afternoon, most will top out around 85°. A few afternoon showers and storms look possible, but a washout is not expected. Cloud cover hovers around this afternoon, as well. Overnight temperatures drop to the mid 60s.
High pressure gradually takes over the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley regions. In turn, sky cover clears as drier air settles in throughout Thursday. We remain seasonable with highs varying in the mid 80s. If you have yard work to tend to, Tuesday or Wednesday are the best days for that.
The midweek marker remains less humid, sunny and seasonable. Highs near the mid 80s again. Cloud cover gradually increases overnight as a cold front begins to edge into the region.
Rain chances and cloud cover increase Thursday afternoon as the aforementioned front swings southeast. The bulk of the activity looks to move through Friday as highs vary in the lower 80s.
Rain chances dwindle through the weekend and highs look to keep a bit cooler.
Have a nice week!
Sky Alert Meteorologist