The first half of this week will feature below-normal temperatures, cloudy conditions, and even a chance for showers.
The cool, damp weather will be a change from the record-breaking heat that the region felt last week, as temperatures climbed through the 80s.
Now, Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday look like they will be spent below normal. Temperatures will struggle to reach or exceed 60 degrees, according to FLX Weather Meteorologist Drew Montreuil. He says that moderate winds along with those showers will keep it feeling damp, and spring-like through the middle of the week.
Showers will quickly dissipate as the sun sets this evening. A new batch of more widespread showers should move in during the pre-dawn and near-dawn hours on Tuesday as the Canadian low passes by, explained Montreuil in his morning update.
By Thursday and Friday, Montreuil says that temperatures should start to moderate back into the 70s, which is where we should be at this point in June.
The long-range forecast from the National Weather Service shows a resurgence of warm, summer-like weather by next week. Though much can change – it will be a welcomed sight after this week’s cool conditions.