Warmer temperatures and higher moisture levels will result in a very unstable atmosphere Monday. Highs will be in the low to mid 80s to begin the week. Also, an ozone alert has been issued for Monday for high ozone levels-unhealthy for sensitive groups. If you have lung or breathing issues, it's best to stay indoors.
We have issued a First Alert Action day for rapidly changing conditions expected on Monday.
Strong thunderstorms are expected to develop through the afternoon and evening. Some storms could produce damaging winds, heavy rain and hail up to 2 inches in diameter.
Storms will move east and taper off by tomorrow night. Lows will cool to the upper 40s and low 50s by early Monday.
The warm weather will last into the start of the week. Monday and Tuesday will be warm and mainly dry, with highs in the low to mid-80s both days. Then, a more organized storm system is set to arrive on Wednesday and Thursday, with a better chance for widespread thunderstorm activity.
- Humidity: 36%
- Dew point: 39°
- Pressure: 29.57 in
- Wind speed: 8 mph
- Wind direction: SW
- Visibility: 10.0 mi
- Sunrise: 06:53 AM
- Sunset: 06:46 PM