Tracking Storms Through Mid-Week

Posted at 3:08 PM, Jun 12, 2018

Summer weather continues. With it, the storm chances stay up, at least for tonight and tomorrow. The end of the week is actually looking pretty good; but more on that later. For now, it’s scattered showers and storms and more to come with continue daytime heating. Heavy rain, strong wind gusts and small to moderate hail are all possible with these storms as they pass. Otherwise, it’s partly to mostly cloudy and warm.

As the heating of the day increases, the storm coverage will do so as well. We’re also tracking a wave of low pressure sliding through today which will also ramp up instability. Tomorrow, the driving weather event will be a passing cold front, that won’t do much more than allow high pressure to keep storms out for a while. So today and tomorrow brings hit and miss scattered showers and storms. Most will stay below severe category, but some may become strong enough to cause some damaging wind gusts at times. The cold front will slide through late Wednesday or early Thursday morning. As it does the air will dry out allowing for a more “comfortable feeling” end to the work week. Storm chances dwindle and more sunshine will allow temperatures to ramp up. We can expect the mid to upper 80s or even 90s as we close out the week. We get a little more humid as we move into the work week, but storm chances remain relatively low.