A stationary boundary in the upper atmosphere will stay overhead tonight into the remainder of most of the work week, bringing us a very unsettled week. A few showers developing from the Southwest will swing into the 4State region tonight, but many spots will stay dry. We have another chance of afternoon thunderstorms and showers on Tuesday with increasing humidity throughout the day. Later this week we will have a drop in high temperatures with a few days staying in the mid to upper 70’s.
Tonight: Partly cloudy with the chance of a few scattered showers. Low: 65. Winds: SW 5
Tuesday: Becoming humid with spotty sunshine, a chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm. High: 83, Low: 65. Winds: NE 5
Wednesday: A chance of thunderstorms, still a bit humid. High: 83, Low: 66.
Thursday: Storms likely with limited sunshine. High: 81, Low: 64.
Friday: A chance of storms with a mix of clouds and sunshine. High: 78, Low: 61.
Saturday: A few scattered showers with a partly sunny sky, cooler. High: 77, Low: 62.
Sunday: Partly sunny and pleasant. High: 78, Low: 61.
Sunday: Sunny, still nice. High: 78, Low: 61.
Monday: A mix of sunshine and clouds. High: 80, Low: 62.
--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine