Keep an eye to the sky this afternoon
SUNDAY: Sunny skies in the morning giving way to partly sunny in the afternoon. A broken line of storms develops in the afternoon 80% PM. Storms may become severe. The main concern is the threat of damaging wind gusts. High of 86 (81-88). Winds out of the southwest, becoming northwesterly at 5-15 mph.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Partly clear skies with lingering showers/sprinkles 20%. Low of 48 (45-50). Winds out of the northwest at 5-10 mph.
MONDAY: Partly cloudy. Noticeably cooler. High of 64 (60-66). Low of 44.
Sunday starts off sunny helping temperatures warm quickly into the 80s. Dew points remain in the high 60s to low 70s making it feel soupy.
A cold front pushes in from the west during the afternoon. This will spark a line of scattered storms. There is the potential for several of these storms to become severe. The main concern if a storm does become severe is the potential of damaging wind gusts. The best chance to see stronger storms is east of I-81.
Once the cold front passes, a much more comfortable air mass settles into the region. We get back into another fairly dry stretch as well. It is not until Thursday that the chance for a few isolated showers makes an appearance on the forecast.
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