Things are beginning to finally quiet down in our weather picture....but there is still a chance of a few showers and even an isolated T'storm today...though we are not outlooked for severe storms and rainfall should be pretty spotty.
A weak front and low pressure area are crossing the region this morning with clouds and a few showers....and then another reinforcing cold front will sweep through from the northwest later this afternoon. This may kick off another round of widely scattered showers and T'storms...though they shouldn't be terribly strong with afternoon air temps in the 70s and dew points dropping toward 60.
Behind this evening's cold front a cooler and noticeably less humid pattern will be setting up for the remainder of the week and into the weekend... There is just a slight chance of an afternoon shower or two on Thursday as a very weak front (yes another one) moves through from the north, but otherwise the period from Thursday thru Sunday is looking very pleasant.
By early next week gradual ridging will bring gradually warmer temps....and gradually more humid weather as well. However...with an upper ridge over the southeastern U.S. it looks like we'll stay mainly dry and storm-free for much of next week...
5/21 4:00 am ba