A relatively quieter start to the week is in store as the upper level weather pattern maintains a west to east flow that will result in seasonably comfortable temperatures and just a few nuisance chances of isolated rain showers.
The first of which comes along an occluded surface boundary Monday afternoon. Low moisture content and weak forcing will make it difficult for the atmosphere to organize showers. They will likely pop-up sometime after 2 p.m. and linger though the evening hours. Ultimately, they will just be a nuisance for the day as temperatures will get into the upper 70’s and dew points will stay low, keeping it comfortable outdoors.
Tuesday will see another chance for those nuisance showers. They will be brief and isolated and likely lead to just a trace of rain. Temperatures will still be seasonal and the humidity will be low. It’s late in the week that upper level pattern changes and better chances for thunderstorms hit Thursday through Saturday. Temperatures climb towards 80 and models suggest that dew points could get into the upper 60’s by the end of the week, meaning it will feel tropical prior to those thunderstorm chances.