Mainly Dry Monday, Rain For the Rest of the Week

No Severe Weather Expected

A change is coming in our weather pattern. Dry, hot air will give way to moist, humid air Tuesday through the weekend as an area of low pressure off the west coast of Florida strengthens as it moves up into the northern gulf. Much needed rain is coming.

We start off with sunny skies today, but clouds will pop up due to the heat so a few isolated showers could bubble up. Highs will hit the low 90s for most.

Mostly cloudy with isolated showers tonight with lows in the mid to upper 60s.

Rain with isolated thunderstorms tomorrow with highs in the low to mid 80s.

2-4″ of rain could fall for the week. No severe weather is expected during the long term, but daily strong thunderstorms could pop up with gusty winds being the main concern.

-Miller Robson

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