Showers during the morning hours will dissipate and morph into isolated thunderstorms during the late-afternoon hours, according to forecasters.
It won’t be a heavy, soaking rain — but it will be enough to complicate any activities that are taking place outside. High-temperatures will push into the low-70s, and then tonight — as temperatures drop — fog will develop.
It’ll be a sunny-and-warm end to the week, according to FLX Weather Meteorologist Drew Montreuil, who says that things will stay completely dry through the end of the week after Tuesday’s rain.
Temperatures will push through the 70s and approach 80 by the week’s end. Then, the holiday weekend will begin with warm, humid air working into the region — making it feel like summer.
There will be a chance for thunderstorms over the weekend, but Montreuil says that it shouldn’t be a washout.