Even still, there could be pockets of heavy rain, small hail and gusty winds - especially along the Palmer Divide. However, it will likely be replaced by another storm from the northwest. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
A stationary front will stall across the Ohio Valley and be the focal for storms to develop. With this boundary close-by, redevelopment of storms is possible this afternoon. Scattered to isolated showers and thunderstorms around the area during the afternoon and evening. Localized flooding with heavy downpours and frequent lightning will be more common hazards. Temperatures will be in the upper 60s. Daily highs will be in the 80- to 84-degree range.
Mon: High: 81 Low: 67 Mostly cloudy.
A deep-layer non-tropical area of low pressure located over the eastern Gulf of Mexico continues to produce widespread cloudiness, showers, and thunderstorms across much of Florida and southeastern Georgia.
The west-east-oriented almost stationary frontal zone that has been positioned to our south is expected to migrate north closer to the Interstate-80 corridor today with moist low-level southwest flow overrunning the front and a series of impulses aloft triggering periods of showers and thunderstorms.
Wednesday...Mostly sunny and around 83 for the warmest temperatures.
Looking toward the weekend: We just wrapped up the hottest, driest weekend of the year so far; in fact, it felt like mid-summer in mid-May! That keeps highs in the 80s for the rest of the week.
Scattered storms will return on Thursday. Low clouds Monday morning, burning off to partly sunny skies.