TONIGHT: Increasing Clouds. Lo 64. Winds: Light.

TUESDAY: AM Clouds & Stray Shower, PM Sun. Hi 85. Winds: Light.

WEDNESDAY: PM Showers & Storms, Some May Be Strong. Hi 87. Winds: SE 5-10 mph.

It was yet another spectacular day out there with highs that ended up in the low 80s. Humidity stayed low and skies are still mostly clear this evening. However, a warm front to our west will spread clouds late tonight, and perhaps a few light showers first thing Tuesday morning. No measurable rain is expected and for most of us, nothing more than just light sprinkles.

Behind the warm front, skies clear out Tuesday afternoon and temperatures soar into the upper 80s. Humidity will start to to increase a bit too with dew points expected to approach 60 by day’s end. A cold front approaches from the north Wednesday, leading to our best chance for storms of the week. The day will start out dry, but showers and storms are expected after 2pm, moving from north to south before exiting by early evening. Widespread severe weather is not expected but a few stronger storms are possible.

We dry out Thursday and clear out during the afternoon with a bit less humidity. Temperatures stay a few degrees above normal into the weekend though as it turns muggy again. Highs will approach 90 by Sunday with a few isolated late-day storms possible. A better chance for storms will come next Monday with another cold front.

Overall, expect more seasonable weather going forward as we turn warmer and more humid. No extreme heat is expected anytime soon as the hottest air stays over the central part of the country.

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo