Slight Risk of Severe Weather as Cold Front Pushes Through Region Monday Evening

by MCS Staff

Coming off of the hottest day of the year, we are experiencing another hot one as the July heat wave ends. Temperatures should reach approximately 90 degrees for most later on Monday afternoon before a cold front brings the chance of sever weather in the form of thunderstorms later this evening. According to the National Weather Service, “A cold front will push through the region today bringing showers and thunderstorms to the region. A few storms may become severe, bringing damaging wind gusts and heavy rainfall.”

As the day goes on, chances of showers increase this evening, with the greater chance for thunderstorms coming this evening around 7pm and into the early night. Highs tomorrow will be in the low 80s, which will be a  welcomed break from the 90+ degree weather for many in the area. Temperatures are expected to remain pleasant and in the 80s for the rest of the week, including the weekend. August looks to be coming in warm, with temperatures approaching 90 degrees, but we are still about a week or so away.


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