So we finally have a sunny day on tap after quite a string of cloudy days with rain, snow, and even a bit of hail yesterday. Today will be nice and sunny. Highs will be in the mid and upper 50s. Tonight a warm front will slide through the region and may spark a few showers in the region, but it will deliver its warmer air, with highs tomorrow in the mid 70s. Tomorrow will become very breezy as well with strong southerly winds bringing all that warm and moist air into the region.
Severe Weather Threat – not that high: The front coming through Monday night into Tuesday morning is strong and a round of showers and strong to severe storms does look probable. The only help will be that they will be coming through during the overnight which will be cooler and thus less fuel for the storms. So, as of now, the Severe Storm Prediction Center (SPC) has not outlined the region for severe, but I suspect that parts of the area will be added over time. The main threat will end up being winds, but isolated tornadoes also seem possible.
Temps will then retreat back for a day to the levels we will see today but then recover to nice Spring 60s by Thursday. The next chance of significant weather will be next Saturday, but it is hard to say how strong this system will be.
All for now.