The low clouds and fog will give way to mostly sunny weather on this Saturday morning. It’s going to be a very steamy day, with temperatures reaching the low 90s by lunchtime. The axis of unsettled weather that impacted our area yesterday has shifted south and this will bring a few isolated afternoon storms to our far southernmost counties. Also, a cold front will be dropping in from the north and this could trigger a few isolated storms during the late afternoon and overnight hours. The wet weather will remain very isolated with little to no rain expected for tomorrow. Highs tomorrow will also reach the middle 90s.
High pressure building to our west will set the stage for a northwest to southeast flow pattern by Tuesday. This setup is notorious for bringing organized clusters of rain and thunderstorms. We will have to keep our eye out for one of these complexes starting late Monday. Sometimes these systems can drop in during the overnight hours and produce gusty straight-line winds. It’s too early to be specific with regard to timing but I would plan on keeping the rain gear handy beyond Monday. Also, it won’t rain all of the time and when it’s not raining we will have partly sunny weather, with highs in the 90s.
Fox6 Meteorologist Wes Wyatt
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