It is shaping up to be a near perfect day across the Tri-State. It was a bit chilly this morning, but the clear skies and comfortable conditions made it bearable. Temperatures will be in the 50s through much of the morning before warming up.
If you have plans this afternoon, it's going to be beautiful. Expect mostly sunny skies and a strong southeasterly flow helping highs into the mid to upper 70s.
There may be a few more clouds out there tonight that will help our temperatures stay on the mild side heading into our Tuesday. We’ll be right around 60° by daybreak.
As many are returning back to normal schedules Tuesday, most of the day will be dry under cloudy skies with a high of 75°. Clouds will increase through the afternoon. We’re tracking a warm front that’s now sitting in the Southern Plains. It’s expected to march toward the Tri-State over the next two days. By tomorrow afternoon into the evening we could see our first round of shower and thunderstorm activity in our far southern communities. Most of the activity will gradually become widespread by Wednesday morning, continuing throughout the day.