It was a damp start to our Monday as rainfall carried over from Sunday night. Most of the rainfall was out of here by daybreak, but still added some damp surfaces across the Tri-State. Temperatures were on the warm side - low 70s under mostly cloudy skies.
We’ve stayed primarily dry through the later part of the morning into the afternoon. Even though we are seeing some pops of sunshine, the thick clouds aren’t going anywhere as we look out for our next chance of storms. Highs will be reaching the low 80s, but the high humidity is going to make it feel more like the mid to upper 80s.
As we focus on the active week ahead. Showers and thunderstorms will be sticking around for the majority of the week, thanks to a core of low pressure parked over Texas. It’s not in any hurry, which will give us plenty of chances for rainfall. Right now, some of those showers could be heavy enough to cause localized flooding. We could pick up anywhere from .5”-1.5” through Wednesday.