An approaching cold front will bring us increasing clouds through the early evening hours and isolated showers and a few thunderstorms. Storms upstream have produced small hail, but with the loss of daytime heating the stronger storms should weaken as they head our way.
Expect isolated showers this evening and early Sunday morning. Then by Sunday afternoon expect drying conditions with cooler temperatures filling in Sunday night. Highs Sunday will only reach the middle 60s.
On Monday an upper level storm system will move into the viewing area giving us a slight chance for a shower Monday evening. Once this system moves through Monday evening the true “dry & cool” air will return to the viewing area and things will feel more like November.
Temperatures will be much more seasonal starting Wednesday with highs back into the upper 60s and low 70s through next weekend.