An unseasonably mild night is on tap with temperatures only dropping into the middle 50s. Skies will remain mostly cloudy and winds will be steady out of the south between 5 and 10 mph.
Break out your shorts Tuesday as highs will near the middle 70s by the afternoon. Gulf moisture will continue to surge into the area as winds remain out of the south. Skies will start out mostly cloudy, but thin out during the afternoon. The sunshine plus all of that gulf moisture will act as fuel for storms late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.
We’re watching this situation very closely. Rain is likely for all of us, and many storms will be strong to severe. Winds in excess of 60 mph and tornadoes look possible at this point. Be weather aware and locate/turn on your weather radio before you hit the sack Tuesday night.
Skies will gradually clear Wednesday afternoon/evening and some of us will likely see sunshine towards the end of the day.
Afternoon temperatures will be cool and in the 40s and 50s Thursday and Friday.