Sunday was kind of a gloomy, overcast day, and Monday is likely to be more of the same: Expect overcast skies and temperatures in the lower 70s, National Weather Service meteorologist Scott Krentz said.
Temperatures will reach a high of 73 on Monday, which is average for this time of year, said Krentz.
By Tuesday, temperatures will reach 78, several degrees higher than average. But there will also be a storm moving through the area, which could result in strong winds and maybe even some hail, said Krentz.
“Some of those storms could be pretty strong on Tuesday afternoon,” he said.
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Clouds will begin to break up on Wednesday, and residents can expect clearer skies on Thursday, Friday and heading into the weekend. Temperatures will hover in the lower 70s after Tuesday, said Krentz.
“We’re going to head into a drier period for at least a few days, and it will be pretty sunny,” said Krentz. “It’s going to feel nice.”