After a few rogue morning showers and fog, we had a calm and nice Tuesday. Showers took a break in between the cold fronts and we even had some sunshine starting to mix in through the stubborn cumulus. A line of storms will be moving in this evening, which will signal the end of the current active pattern.
We’re seeing the last of the active pattern wrap up this afternoon/evening as the final cold front pushes through. Scattered bouts of rain and thunderstorms will slide through in a linear fashion. Expect heavy downpours and lightning from these thunderstorms. Timing will keep the storms along the I-75 corridor through dinner time, and then pushing through the eastern counties later this evening and overnight into the early morning hours of Wednesday. The result of the front will be cooler and drier air with a seasonal Canadian air mass. This means comfortable, outdoor weather for the remainder of the work week.