Daily Archives: May 13, 2019

Time posted: 1:07 am

A Gloomy Start To A Warmer Week

Good Monday, everyone. Our new week is off and running on a gloomy and cool note, but warmer days are ahead. Obviously, the pattern can’t get much cooler than it’s been for the past several days. This warmer pattern kicks in for the second half of the week and into the weekend. It may also bring some storms back into the mix.

A strong northwesterly flow is firmly established out there today as another disturbance dives in. This will fire up scattered showers, gusty winds and cool temps. We may also get in on a few small hail producers before all is said and done. Here’s regional radar to play along…

Highs today range from the middle 50s to low 60s for many. Just like our Sunday, our wind will make it feel chilly at times.

Temps on Tuesday start in the 40-45 degree range for many and will recover into the middle and upper 60s for highs. Some low 70s will also be noted across the west, but this is another much cooler than normal temperature day.

The chance for a few storms will kick back in for Wednesday as a weak front drops in from the northwest…

Warm and humid air looks to try and surge in here behind that later this week…

A few rounds of showers and thunderstorms may be roaming around on the leading edge of those summer numbers…

That warm and juicy air pushes in for the weekend as another front drops in from the northwest. That may really set us up with a stormy pattern later in the weekend into next week…

There’s a little late May of 2004 look to the upcoming pattern. That was a super quiet severe weather season until things went boom late in May.

Have a great Monday and take care.

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