From 90s on Sunday to an expected high of 76 on Tuesday. This pattern is more typical of a Spring temperature swing, and it is helping to spark some of the severe thunderstorms we saw earlier Sunday evening. In some locations the slow-moving storms put down 2-4" of rainfall leading to flash flooding. Other areas saw wind and hail damage. These storms will scour out the weekend's heat and humidity and set the stage for several days in the week ahead to be below average in the temperature department.
First things first: the slow-moving thunderstorms will last into the overnight hours and possibly even linger into Monday as the cold front is slow to clear. The best chance for any additional storms overnight would be across our southern counties. Expect the winds to pick up and usher in lower humidity levels by Monday afternoon.
Tuesday and Wednesday highs won't even get out of the 70s with very low humidity levels. By next weekend a stray thunderstorm may develop into the afternoon hours but that threat is minimal. Temperatures remain at, or slightly below normal in the lower to mid 80s.