Low pressure aloft will keep us cooler & unsettled for a while
Hit-or-miss showers and storms are likely this week
UPDATE AS OF 9 PM (8/15): ALL WATCHES, WARNINGS, AND ADVISORIES HAVE BEEN DROPPED OR EXPIRED.
A frontal boundary draped just south of our area, along with low pressure at the upper levels of the atmosphere will keep us unstable into tonight. By midnight tonight, we look to get a break from heavier downpours/any stronger storms, and lows will fall into the upper 50s/low 60s. Areas of fog will be likely, DRIVE SAFE!
Tuesday won’t bring quite as much widespread and heavy rain, but hit-or-miss showers and thunderstorms look likely on and off throughout the day.
We’ll otherwise see lots of lingering clouds and experience cooler-than-average temps, topping off in the 60s and low 70s for most. A few more showers/storms will be possible early Tuesday night, and lows will fall into the upper mid 50s-low 60s Tuesday night.
The rest of this week will bring partly sunny skies, and the chance for daily pop-up showers and thunderstorms as low pressure lingers overhead. We’ll stay cooler than normal for a while as well. Wider-spread rain looks to possibly develop again by this coming weekend...STAY TUNED!
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