Showers and storms return to the forecast tonight
This evening will remain mostly quiet until rain and storm chances return around 10-11pm. Things look to stay very isolated to start, but then turn scattered during the early morning tomorrow. All storm activity should remain sub-severe, but there is a small chance a stray severe thunderstorm could develop, primarily in out southernmost counties. Mostly we will be dealing with heavy downpours that could lead to some isolated flooding. Rain and storm chances will remain off and on throughout your Sunday morning, afternoon, and evening. Finally, dry weather will begin to settle in by late evening tomorrow. High temperatures will hold in the 80s through Monday, then 90s take over for the rest of the week and next weekend. Along with the warmer temperatures, higher humidity will remain in place as well. This could lead to a few isolated pop up showers and storms later next week.
Tonight: Scattered showers/storms. Low 68.
Tomorrow: Scattered showers/storms. High 81.
Monday: Mostly sunny. High 86.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 90.